Retirement Planning Conference
Retirement Planning Conference- Spring & Fall Seminars
The Retirement Planning Conference is intended to assist UIC faculty, staff, and families in planning for retirement by providing information and access to resources. Retirement planning can never start too soon. Whether you are planning on retiring in three years or thirty years these seminars will offer information that assists you in preparing for your retirement
University Human Resources offer a series of FREE Retirement Planning Seminars to provide information on SURS, as well as the University of Illinois Supplemental 403(b) Retirement Plan and the State of Illinois Deferred Compensation (457) Plan. The SURS, 403(b) and 457 representatives will lead the seminar discussions. Seminars are generally offered twice a year.
If you would like further information about the different retirement plans, visit Retirement & Investment Plans.
If you would like information about various proposed bills that would affect our pensions, this information website developed by University Human Resources office is available at: https://nessie.uihr.uillinois.edu/cf/policies/index.cfm?Item_ID=4534
UIC Retiree Guide details the university’s academic, cultural, and social opportunities available to you and special services that you may use. This Retiree’s Guide will tell you where and how you can find these activities and services, and will provide more information about how our retirees can continue to be part of the University community.Click here for the Retiree Guide.
Registration Required - Questions contact email@example.com
Retirement Planning Conference 2012 - April 14, 2012
Retirement Planning Conference Materials
April 14, 2012
Fidelity Presentation - Andrias Campbell, Fidelity
TIAA-CREF Presentation - Ken Wolinksi, TIAA-CREF
UPB Benefits Presentation - Tim Gavin, UPB Benefits Services
SUAA/UIC UNITED Presentation - Marsha Borders, SUAA
How Some Public Employee or Teacher Pensions May Affect Social Security Benefits - Social Security Administration webinar
Pension Reform - Robert F. Rich, Director and Professor, U of I Institute of Government and Public Affairs