Social Secuirity Administration and Tax Deferred Savings Vendors on Campus

The Payroll and Benefits Office is happy to welcome Social Security Administration and the Tax Deferred Savings Vendors on campus for the May 22 Staff Appreciation Day. Please check back regularly with the Staff Appreciation Day homepage for more details. Sign up boards for the presentations are placed in front of the Student Center the morning of the 22nd and the rooms will be listed at the sign-in board. All Staff and Faculty are welcome to attend.

Social Security Administration Presents – Social Security Benefits and Programs 10-11:30 a.m.
This workshop will provide an overview of Social Security benefits and programs, including retirement, survivors, disability and auxiliary benefits. This program includes some background and history of Social Security, as well as, some new features of the Social Security website.

TSA Vendor Fair 11am-1pm: Please see attached Retirement Planning Flyer for details.

Savings Plus Presents - One and Done 1:30-2:30 p.m.
As a Savings Plus participant, employees have a choice of how they want to invest their retirement savings. Sound daunting? It doesn’t need to be. Savings Plus now offers Target Date Funds—a ready‐made investment solution. Faculty and staff determine when they will need to start withdrawing savings and select the Target Date Fund that corresponds closest to that year. Investment professionals select the investment mix and continue to manage the fund over time. In this workshop, faculty and staff will learn about the new Target Date Funds, determine if they are right, and see what resources are available to help them decide.

Valic Presents - Social Security and Your Retirement 2:30-3:30 p. m.
This workshop will go over the Cost of Retirement: The expectations of workers planning for retirement are often very different from the experiences current retirees report.
Social Security Benefits: It is important to understand the basics and benefits of the Social Security program.
Bridging the income gap: Social Security benefits are intended to merely supplement retirement income, so the individual should also consider other sources of income that can assist in building a bridge to help offset the gap left by Social Security.

Please contact the Payroll and Benefits Office at with any questions.