TIAA will conduct live webinars during July for faculty and staff members. The following sessions will be offered this month (all times are ET).
To view all of TIAA’s webinar offerings and register, visit TIAA’s Live Webinar Lounge. These webinars will also be recorded and available “on-demand” for 30 days following the respective webinar.
Questions? Email AskHR@case.edu or call the HR Service Center at 216.368.6964.
“Social Security Basics”
July 14 at noon
Many people collect Social Security benefits, but not all understand how benefits are calculated, how to apply or basic strategies for claiming benefits. Learn the basics about Social Security including eligibility, how to apply, how your benefit is calculated and strategies for claiming benefits.
“Halfway There: Retirement Checkup”
July 14 at 3 p.m.
Give yourself a mid-career financial checkup to evaluate your current savings, formulate a plan to help pursue your savings goals and manage competing financial priorities.
“Quarterly Economic and Market Update” with TIAA’s chief investment strategist
July 15 at noon
TIAA’s chief investment strategist will discuss economic and market developments that may impact your retirement savings strategy.
July 15 at 3 p.m.
In this session, you will learn why it’s important to plan, how to fold health care into an overall retirement plan, and the real benefits and costs of Medicare.
“Making It Easier for You: Online Tools and Resources”
July 16 at noon
Save time, manage your money and feel empowered by learning and using the latest digital enhancements.
“Marketproof Your Retirement”
July 16 at 3 p.m
In retirement—and the years leading up to it—protecting your savings becomes just as important as growing it. Learn how to create your own personal pension with TIAA Traditional.
“Strategies for Staying on Track”
July 21 at 3 p.m.
No matter how much or how little money you can save for retirement, it’s important that you start now and stay invested for your future. You can learn how taking smart financial steps today may help lead you to a more solid financial future after you’ve stopped working.