University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

UWM Benefits & Wellness Fair Breakout Sessions on Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Session RegistrationRegistration is required. To register, please click the title of the session.


PLEASE NOTE: Some sessions may be subject to change due to presenter and/or attendance availability.

SESSIONS PRESENTER LOCATION
10:30AM - 11:30 AM
Educator’s Credit Union: What’s your score? Free Credit Reports
This presentation is about an educational tool used to advise you about how to establish credit and maintain good credit, correct sub-standard credit as well as how to protect credit. You’ll be able to: Track debt, See payment history on accounts, Watch for identity theft or check for inaccuracies. You can begin to understand the facts about credit scores and make choices that will protect your credit for the long run.
Educator's Credit Union
Room 220
Employee Trust Funds: Early to Mid-Career Benefits
This presentation covers many of the WRS benefits administered by the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF). Topics discussed include retirement, separation and survivor benefits, and life and health insurance, if applicable. The presentation will illustrate retirement calculations and explain annuity options. Service purchases, military service credit, and additional WRS contributions will also be covered.
WRS (WI Retirement System) Room 240
Wisconsin Deferred Compensation: Retirement Readiness
The State's 457 retirement savings program - This seminar explains plan design features and benefits of the Wisconsin Deferred Compensation (WDC) 457 Program and what makes the WDC unique, provides an investment option overview, and explains how to enroll.
Wisconsin Deferred Compensation (WDC) Room 250
11:00AM - 12:00PM
SESSION CANCELED - WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED

Due to the Government shutdown, the presenter for this session is unavailable. This session will be re-scheduled to another date/time when permissible.

Social Security Administration: Social Security Retirement
Social Security is part of the retirement plan of almost every American worker. If you are among the 96% of workers who are covered under Social Security, you should know how the system works and what you should receive from Social Security when you retire.
Social Security Administration
N/A
12:00PM - 1:00PM
UW Credit Union: Score High - Using Credit Wisely
This presentation will discuss why good credit is important, how to establish credit and use credit wisely. You will begin to understand the facts about credit scores and make choices that will protect your credit for the long term.
UW Credit Union
Room 280
12:30PM - 1:30PM
HealthChoice: Understanding the Risk of Long-Term Care
This presentation will explain the benefits of obtaining Long term care and what risks are associated with not having this benefit.
HealthChoice
Room 220
Employee Trust Funds: Early to Mid-Career Benefits
This presentation covers many of the WRS benefits administered by the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF). Topics discussed include retirement, separation and survivor benefits, and life and health insurance, if applicable. The presentation will illustrate retirement calculations and explain annuity options. Service purchases, military service credit, and additional WRS contributions will also be covered.
WRS (WI Retirement System) Room 240
1:00PM - 2:00PM
Lincoln National: Keeping Your Retirement Income on Track

Learn about the financial tools needed to save wisely to ensure that an appropriate timeline and income are available for your retirement.

Lincoln National
Room 280
2:00PM - 3:00PM
TIAA-CREF: Benefits of Retirement Savings
Presentation will provide employees with the basics and benefits of saving for retirement.
TIAA-CREF Room 280
T Rowe Price: Retirement Planning Made Simple
Plan for retirement like an expert in a few easy steps. This presentation will show you how!
T Rowe Price
Room 250
UWM Benefits Team: Your Employer Sponsored Benefits

The UWM Benefits team will present an overview of the different benefit options available to employees, as well as, providing an in depth review of any and all changes to the benefit plans for 2014. The overview will be followed by a question and answer period and the Benefits team will be available to provide any one on one benefit counseling that may be needed.

UWM Benefits Team
Room 240