Benefits Plans - Retirement Savings Plans
About the U-M Retirement Savings Plans
The University of Michigan offers a two-for-one match of your retirement plan contributions after you complete a 12-month waiting period. Your retirement contributions are vested immediately. In addition to your Basic Retirement Plan contributions, you can establish a Supplemental Retirement Account, offering you even more income available to you upon retirement.
See Eligible Compensation for examples of compensation that are eligible to be deferred under the University of Michigan Retirement Savings Plan.
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- Learn more about personal finance from TIAA-CREF and Fidelity Investments.
- Roth Savings Plans
After-tax Roth contributions are available on the 403(b) Supplemental Retirement Account (SRA) and 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan. See Roth Savings Plans for more information.
Click the links below to download the retirement savings plan booklet and to view enrollment deadlines, or click the links at the top of the page for more information about the plan.
While the Benefits Office is happy to assist you, TIAA-CREF and Fidelity staff are standing by to answer your questions about their retirement funds and your options, and to help you update your address or beneficiary information.
TIAA-CREF and Fidelity Investments are the only financial investment companies officially associated with the University of Michigan. No other financial investment company or individual financial planner has permission to use the university’s name or logo.
Have a Question?
- Questions/help choosing a fund
- Account and income information
- Brochures and booklets on services and financial planning
- Change of address
- Change your Personal Identification Number (PIN)
- Divorce, Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)
- Forms for cash withdrawal, rollovers, transfers, income options
- Income and payment methods (lifetime annuity, cash out, interest)
- Schedule individual counseling; register for workshops
- Tax questions (withdrawal penalty, minimum distribution, federal withholding)
- Transferring between funds and between TIAA-CREF and Fidelity
or change beneficiary
The University of Michigan in its sole discretion may modify, amend, or terminate the benefits provided with respect to any individual receiving benefits, including active employees, retirees, and their dependents. Although the university has elected to provide these benefits this year, no individual has a vested right to any of the benefits provided. Nothing in these materials gives any individual the right to continued benefits beyond the time the university modifies, amends, or terminates the benefit. Anyone seeking or accepting any of the benefits provided will be deemed to have accepted the terms of the benefits programs and the university's right to modify, amend or terminate them.