Free Savings Webinars Offered February 23, 25

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America Saves Week (Feb. 22-26) is a good opportunity to ask yourself:

  • What are my retirement goals?
  • Do I have enough savings to weather a financial emergency?
  • Has the COVID-19 pandemic affected my investment plans?

Fidelity and TIAA, U-M’s trusted partners for its Basic Retirement Plan, can help you answer these questions and better prepare yourself for the future you want. They’re two of many corporate, nonprofit and government organizations across the U.S. that have joined America Saves Week to encourage all to save for their futures.

Exclusive U-M Events

Fidelity will host two live webinars for U-M faculty and staff only:

Tuesday, Feb. 23
noon-1 p.m., Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Make the Most of Your U of M Retirement Savings Plans

Learn how to maximize your retirement savings and review investment choices available at Fidelity.

Register for this free webinar.

Thursday, Feb. 25
2-3 p.m., EST
Create a Budget, Ditch Your Debt, and Start Saving for the Future You

Learn about tools, tips and strategies to help you balance paying down your debt with saving for your future goals.

Register for this free webinar.

Both events will be available on-demand through Fidelity’s resource library, as well. 

Schedule a One-on-One

If person-to-person interaction is more your style, schedule a visit virtually, by phone or by live chat. Fidelity and TIAA reps can share their online screens during these meetings so you’ll see what they see for a better discussion.

These consultations with Fidelity and TIAA’s knowledgeable staff are free. To schedule:

Once you set up an account, you can perform most transactions using online tools. More information is available at and

For guidance about overall financial issues, review MHealthy's financial well-being resource page.

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