Planning and saving for our financial future can help bring peace of mind and opportunity as we make our way through life. It can help us meet our financial needs now and in the future, and increase our ability to choose important and meaningful experiences that can contribute to our well-being – like spending time with family and friends, or donating our time or money to charity. Make time now to explore our financial tools and resources, set goals and connect with one of our financial wellness consultants to prepare a solid foundation. As part of your financial goals, advance your career skills, abilities and knowledge by engaging in our learning and development opportunities.
- Participate in upcoming financial well-being resource sessions.
- Make good use of discounts and special opportunities available to WashU employees.
- Do you need help charting your credit card debt and personal loans? Check out the Debt Illustrator tool to see how much interest you will pay and when you can be debt free. Read about these steps to help you optimize your savings and then take action with this Budget Organizer.
- WashU has partnered with Savi and TIAA to help employees manage their student loan repayment options and to determine eligibility for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. Learn more and check out these FAQs.
- Connect with your WashU/TIAA financial well-being consultant to discuss your personal financial needs and learn how you can take action now to plan for the future you want. Call 1-800-732-8353 or schedule a consultation online. Learn more about the Retirement Savings Plan at Washington University.
- Utilize the tools in the Money Matters Toolkit to learn about simplifying your financial life and managing personal finances. The toolkit is provided by Work-Life Solutions (EAP), a free resource for WashU employees and their families to assist with solutions for every aspect of your life.
- Through self and career exploration Human Resources can help you make a plan to achieve personal success.
- The Human Resources leadership development program aims to build effective leaders across the university.
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