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TIAA: Additional Retirement plans, Financial Counseling, and Live Financial Webinars

Any non-student employee (including non-benefited employees) can choose to contribute to any supplemental retirement savings account available through TIAA as long as he/she is receiving a salary from BYU. Contributions are made through payroll deductions. BYU does not make any matching contributions to these accounts.

TIAA 403(b)


To enroll in the TIAA 403(b) plan, please select the link below. Once you have completed the enrollment information, contact BYU Benefits Service, benefits@byu.edu, to request the salary reduction agreement, and to designate your contribution percentage.
https://www.tiaa.org/public/tcm/byu

  • Contributions are before tax; you are not taxed until it is withdrawn.
  • Earnings are tax-deferred; you are not taxed until it is withdrawn.
  • Contribution percentage may be changed at any time. You may also elect a fractional percentage for your contributions (not available in the DMBA 401(k)). Visit the Benefits Office to complete and sign a form.

You may only withdraw funds prior to age 59½ for the following reasons:

  • Death
  • Disability
  • Early Retirement (age 55+)
  • Termination
  • Financial hardship

Funds that you withdraw prior to age 59½ are subject to federal and state income taxes. Tax laws require a mandatory 20% withholding. Also, an additional tax penalty equal to 10% of the taxable portion of your withdrawal will be imposed.

The annual contribution deferral limit for 2023 is $22,500. Employees age 50 or older may contribute an additional $7,500 (up to $30,000 total). However, any contributions to a 401(k) also count toward this limit.

There are many investment options to choose from. Please visit the Benefits Office for plan materials which include a list of all available investment options.

TIAA FINANCIAL CONSULTANT APPOINTMENTS

Want more information about the TIAA plans or more in-depth planning for the funds you have already invested in TIAA? Use the following information to set up appointment with a TIAA representative for financial counseling:

CAMPUS APPOINTMENTS

If you are interested in meeting with a TIAA consultant on campus, please call 800.732.8353 to schedule an appointment.

Upcoming Campus Dates

Coming soon!

VIRTUAL APPOINTMENT LINK

If you are interested in meeting with a TIAA consultant virtually, please click the link below to schedule an appointment.

Financial Counseling for Higher Education Institutions in Utah

UPCOMING FINANCIAL ESSENTIALS LIVE WEBINARS

Below is the itinerary of all currently scheduled webinars, with direct scheduling links, and attached is a detailed flyer for March. Employees can access these webinars at TIAA.org/webinars. Recordings are available for replay on demand for 90 days following the live webinar date.

TIAA also offers Spanish financial educational webinars. The webinars can be accessed here: TIAA.org/RecursosEducativos

TIAA ofreciendo seminarios web de educación financiera en español. Los seminarios web se pueden acceder aquí: TIAA.org/RecursosEducativos.


Topic
 
Date
 
Time

Quarterly economic and market update

Hear from our chief investment officer about challenges investors and facing and tips on how to navigate them

July 10
10 am MT

She's got it: A woman's guide to saving and investing

Join us for a revealing trip through investing and saving strategies developed especially with women in mind.

July 16
12 pm MT

Your new TIAA: Discover the redesigned online experience

The new experience presents a picture of your retirement with advice and content that is tailored to inform, motivate and reassure you during your retirement journey.

July 18
10 am MT

Basic Social Security Strategies

Better understand how and when you can rely on Social Security income. It's likely to play a significant role in building your retirement income.

July 251 pm MT