Keep your financial goals
at the top of your list.
Life has a way of stretching your wallet in multiple directions. That's why UC offers resources that can help you manage all your money priorities. Here you'll find articles, tools, and videos to help you create the balance that’s right for you.
The current market volatility doesn’t mean you need to dramatically alter your long-term plans. While you might need to delay some of your short-term goals, you have time to ride it out. Focus on the big picture and stick to your plan.
Keep your plan on track
What to know and strategies to consider.VIEW
Financial wellness checkup
Get tips for improving your finances.START
Identify and prioritize your savings goals
Learn savings strategies for the things that are important to you.WEBINAR
The ABCs of 529 savings plans
Learn ways to get the most out of a 529 plan.VIEW
Take advantage of the DCP after-tax account
Learn about the tax advantages available through the DCP.READ
Saving for multiple goals doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Identifying your goals and creating a budget can help you manage your expenses and create a plan to help make your dreams a reality.
Did you know that just 22 percent of American workers participate in a pension plan? Because a pension plan provides guaranteed retirement income for as long as you live, it’s one of the most valuable benefits an employer can offer. And you have access to one through UC.
* “How many American workers participate in workplace retirement plans?” Pension Rights Center, July 15, 2019.
Get the details
Learn more about your UC retirement benefits.READ
Did you know the UC Retirement Savings Program gives you access to investments that are socially responsible? If you want to make a difference, consider a socially responsible investing approach.
Find out how
Learn how to match your investments to your principles.READ
UC contracts with Fidelity Investments to provide complimentary one-on-one guidance. Talk to a Fidelity Retirement Planner serving UC to discuss your needs—from basic budgeting to retirement planning. For your convenience, there are several meeting options:
Tip: Read the UC Alert about misleading financial adviser solicitations that appear to be endorsed by UC.
Make the most of your money today, so you can do a whole lot more tomorrow.
Get started now or view your UC Retirement Savings Program—403(b), 457(b), and DC Plan—account details, including balances, contributions, and investments.
See a personalized estimate of how much you are on track to receive in retirement from UC sources. (Login required)
Classes are available to help you learn about your UC retirement benefits and managing your financial life.