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IU Supplemental Retirement Plans


Supplemental retirement plans can help employees save more for retirement. These plans are sponsored by IU, but contributions are made by the eligible employee. The advantages of these plans include:

See this page of Frequently Asked Questions for a more comprehensive, detailed understanding.

IU partners with Fidelity Investments and TIAA-CREF to offer two IU-sponsored plans: the IU 457(b) Retirement Plan and the IU Tax Deferred Account Plan.

Importance of saving and starting now

The need to save more money for retirement years has never been greater. The rising cost of living, including healthcare expenses and increasing life expectancy, has dramatically increased the amount of savings a person will need during retirement years.

Whether retirement is 30 years away or only a few years away, significant progress can be made toward accumulating more money for retirement years by starting now. Contributing even small amounts to an IU-sponsored supplemental retirement plan can help boost retirement savings.

Start or change existing contributions now!

TIAA-CREF web site

Fidelity web site

IU 457(b) Retirement Plan Booklet (PDF)

IU Tax Deferred Account Plan Booklet (PDF)

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Contact a campus Human Resources office

Contact the university-wide Human Resources office at
or 812-856-5191

Fidelity: 800-343-0860

TIAA-CREF: 800-842-2776


HR at IU South Bend

Page updated: December 2014
Contact Retirement: • 812-856-5191

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