TIAA’s August live webinars

TIAA will conduct live webinars during August for faculty and staff members covering a variety of topics.

To view all of TIAA’s webinar offerings and register, visit TIAA’s Live Webinar Lounge. These webinars also will 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.

The following webinars will be offered this month (all times are ET):

“Social Security for Married Couples”

Tuesday, Aug. 11, at noon

Married couples can take advantage of strategies that may help to increase lifetime Social Security benefits. You can learn the basics about spousal benefits, understand the many variables involved in claiming strategies and how married couples can boost their benefits by coordinating the timing of their claims.

“2020 Investment Outlook—Post-Coronavirus Recovery”

Tuesday, Aug. 11, at 3 p.m.

Robert C. Doll, Nuveen senior portfolio manager and chief equity strategist, will discuss how the coronavirus health crisis has affected the investment landscape and economic recovery.  Doll’s comprehensive insights into the trends and issues he believes are positioned to meaningfully shape the economy and markets have served as a thoughtful guide to investors as they work to build strong long-term investment portfolios.

“Money at Work 2: Sharpening Investment Skills”

Wednesday, Aug. 12, at noon

Learn how to expand your portfolio to maximize potential growth while minimizing risk, scenarios and alternative investing vehicles to help manage more complex finances.

“Retiring in the New Normal”

Wednesday, Aug. 12, at 3 p.m.

We all know how important it is to save for retirement. This presentation brings all of the risks to light so you have a better understanding of what you may be facing and what you can do about it, especially in this new environment.

“Financial Housekeeping for Now and Later”

Thursday, Aug. 13, at noon

For many, the current health crisis has resulted in unique financial challenges. From dealing with reduced income to trying to figure out what to do with money you usually spend on gas or a vacation, this webinar will explore ways to help deal with a new personal financial landscape.

“W2W: Postcards from the Future”

Thursday, Aug. 13, at 3 p.m.

Fewer years in the workforce. Longer life spans. Women saving for retirement face unique challenges. In this session, you can learn what it takes to overcome these challenges and help make your retirement dreams come true on schedule.