UC Focus on Your Future

Helping you make the most of your UC Retirement System: UCRP and the 403(b), 457(b) and DC Plans.

  • Now available: Your 2015 Retirement Review 

    Your Retirement Review has been updated for 2015. The 2015 Retirement Review includes your readiness score based on your compensation and pension benefits as of November 2014 and your account balances and deferrals in the 403(b), 457(b), and DC Plans as of December 31, 2014.

  • Use Easy Enroll to brighten your future

    In just 60 seconds, you can enroll in the UC 403(b) Plan.  Our Easy Enroll tool helps simplify your saving and investing decisions.

  • Save more in 2015

    For 2015, the limits for pretax employee contributions will each increase by $500. Make it your goal to increase your savings amount by 1% every year until you reach the limits. 

  • Five reasons to review your finances annually 

    Reviewing your financial plan once a year is just as important as the annual preventive care exam you get from your doctor. It allows you to evaluate and adjust your goals, and to ensure that your strategies align with those goals. 

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UC FOCUS: Winter 2015

The new issue of FOCUS is online now.

Quick poll

Experts suggest you may need a retirement readiness score of 80%. How does yours compare?

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Find what you need

  1. Just getting started?

    I know I need to get around to planning for the future. But I'm not sure what I am supposed to do—or when.

  2. Need to get on track? 

    I'm focused on saving for retirement, but I want to learn how to make better investment decisions. 

  3. Leaving UC? 

    My husband's job is taking us out of state. What do I need to do to keep my retirement savings on track?

  4. Retiring from UC?

    I need some help making sure I'm ready to retire—and mapping out my next steps.

  5. Living in retirement?

    I need to learn how to manage my investments while I am withdrawing from my accounts.

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