Financial stability and health are a key part of your overall well-being, and we’re happy to offer programs that can help. Below are a few important steps you can take to boost your financial health.
If you’re not already saving through JHU’s retirement plans, get started right away. Our 403(b) plan lets you save for your future with pre-tax dollars.
You can learn more by exploring the education and learning site provided by TIAA, our 403(b) retirement plan vendor. Their site gives you an overview of investing basics and retirement planning, including information about asset allocation, Social Security, and other retirement essentials.
To help you make decisions about your retirement investments, JHU has partnered with Marsh McLennan Agency (MMA), an independent investment advisor. MMA’s Prosper Wise is a digital platform and one-stop hub for all things financial planning. Through Prosper Wise, you can access educational videos, live and on-demand webinars, news articles, financial calculators and more. You can even schedule time to meet virtually with a financial coach.
If you want a little one-on-one time to discuss your personal saving and investment situation with a representative from any of our retirement plan vendors, check the on-campus schedule for sessions near you. Or contact the vendor directly to talk about your financial goals. Our financial vendors offer various programs that can help you learn more about saving and investing.
To help you make decisions about your retirement investments, JHU has partnered with Marsh McLennan Agency (MMA), an independent investment advisor. Through MMA’s Prosper Wise digital platform, you can schedule time to meet virtually with a financial coach, who is trained in financial planning, at no cost to you. MMA’s coaches are unbiased and do not sell products or receive commissions. They can work with you to select investments that fit your individual goals and personal preferences. Go to the Prosper Wise website and click Talk with a Coach on the top right-hand corner.
The Johns Hopkins Employee Assistance Program includes a host of helpful resources for you and your family, including free financial consultations to help with budgeting, managing debt, resolving IRS issues, tax preparation, financial planning, and more.