UF’s Financial Literacy and Retirement Education (FLARE) workshops are here to guide you on your journey toward the best possible retirement. This spring you can learn more about Medicare, Social Security and the Florida Retirement System, as well as sharpen your investment skills.
The beginning of a new year is a great time to start a voluntary retirement plan or increase your salary deferrals to maximize your tax savings.
UF’s Financial Literacy and Retirement Education (FLARE) program offers retirement resources, including retirement and education planning courses, to help UF employees find the balance between making ends meet today and a comfortable future. FLARE courses can help you make educated decisions regarding personal finance and retirement.
The IRS announced the retirement plan contribution limits for 2017 will remain the same as the 2016 limits.
Whether beginning your working career or preparing to retire, it’s never too early or too late to save for retirement. The University of Florida 403(b) and 457 Deferred Compensation voluntary plans provide great opportunities for reaching your retirement financial goals through tax-deferred and/or Roth accounts.
Employee retirement actions entered in the myUFL system are reported to the State of Florida and PeopleFirst, and retirees are automatically enrolled in state retiree health coverage. This is a one-time acceptance opportunity; retiree health insurance premiums must be accepted and paid by the due date or retiree coverage is forfeited permanently.
UF Retirement’s Financial Literacy and Retirement Education (FLARE) program is designed to provide employees with legislative updates, workshops and information on trending retirement-related topics.
Beginning this year, the Florida Retirement System (FRS) Pension Plan Member Annual Statements (MASs) are being distributed to active FRS pension plan members during their month of birth.
Is saving for retirement one of your New Year’s resolutions? The new year is a great time to maximize your tax savings and work towards a secure financial future or take a course to enhance your financial and retirement literacy.