For 2017, National Retirement Security Week (NRSW) is October 15-21, 2017. NRSW is the first congressionally endorsed, national event to promote the benefits of saving for retirement, and encourage everyone to do so through any or all of their available options. The focus of this featured week is long-term financial planning for retirement, and the resources available to help employees do so, especially those available through employment.
NRSW is a great time to consider personal retirement goals, and develop or fine-tune a plan that will make those goals a retirement reality. The 2017 campaign theme is "Your Whole Story", which aims to educate on the importance of saving for retirement, show how financial decisions NOW impact retirement security LATER, and increase plan participation and savings rates. Below are some resources to assist in doing this:
Make educated financial decisions today, to create a stronger financial tomorrow.
Flu vaccines will be available to faculty and staff in Butler Library 210 on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, and Thursday, October 12, 2017, from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
No appointment is necessary. The following health insurance plans will be accepted: Blue Cross Blue Shield of WNY, Independent Health, Blue Choice, MVP and Medicare Part B. Employees without a participating insurance plan will be charged $30 for the flu shot.
Participation and acceptance of any insurance is not a guarantee of benefits or payment in full. Co-payments or a deductible may apply. Please call your insurance provider’s member services department with questions regarding coverage.
Empire Plan enrollees may obtain their flu shot from an Empire Plan participating pharmacy without copay or at their doctor’s office (participating provider) for their usual co-pay should they wish to do so.
Please call the Benefits Office at 878-4821 or the member services department of your insurance company with questions regarding your health insurance coverage. The phone number should be on your insurance card.
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