In recognition of America Saves Week, TIAA-CREF presents tips and tools to raise awareness about the importance of saving so faculty and employees may pursue your financial goals:
Is your retirement portfolio well positioned? Now more than ever is the time to take advantage of financial advice and planning services offered by TIAA-CREF and Vanguard. To schedule a one-on-one consultation to discuss your plan and options for managing your retirement savings, contact a consultant at:
Your spouse or partner is welcome to attend your session. You do not have to be enrolled or invested with TIAA-CREF or Vanguard to meet with a consultant.
TIAA-CREF provides on demand webinars and videos to educate about fiscal wellness. The financial education series includes topics from managing your income and debt to preparing for retirement, whether you are a new employee or approaching retirement. In addition, TIAA-CREF offers a “how to” video series with simple, straightforward steps to making employees’ money work harder for them. The videos offer practical tips on how to improve savings, including how to get started, how to get the most from an employer’s retirement plan, and how not to run out of retirement money.
Covering Dependent Children of Employees, Retirees
The portable tuition benefit (PDF) assists full-time NYU faculty, administrative and professional staff, and professional research staff in meeting the cost of college tuition for their dependent children who matriculate for undergraduate degrees at accredited colleges or universities beyond NYU.
Up to $7,500 Grant for First Time Home Buyer
If you are a first-time home buyer and a faculty, staff, alumni, retiree or a family member of NYU faculty, staff, alumni, and retiree, you may be eligible to apply. Learn more about the grant. New York University Credit Union (NYU FCU) is an onsite financial institution available to serve the University community. Explore the benefits and services of NYU FCU.
Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America! It occurs when personal identifying information is stolen and used to gain access to a person’s financial accounts. The information is then used to illegally open new credit or financial accounts, apply for loans or Social Security benefits, rent apartments, buy cars, and set up utility accounts. Access a “must do” list to protect yourself and your family’s identity, and click below for additional information: