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.

  • Five Ways to Help Protect Your Identity

    There are many ways someone can steal your identity. The good news is that there are also many things you can do to help avoid this growing problem.

  • Introduction to Your UC Retirement Savings Program Investments

    If you’re ready to think seriously about investing, it’s time to learn about the investment options available through your UC Retirement Savings Program—the 403(b), 457(b), and DC Plans.

  • Plan Now for Minimum Required Distributions  

    If you have terminated University employment, you must begin withdrawing a minimum amount of money from your UC Retirement Savings Program (RSP) accounts once you reach age 70½. Here’s what you need to know.

  • UC Updates UC Pathway Funds Target Allocations

    Following a recent review of the UC Pathway Funds, the Office of the Chief Investment Officer is reengineering the asset allocation approach used in the funds’ glide path.

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UC FOCUS: Fall 2015

The latest issue of FOCUS is online now.

Quick poll

Retirees often describe their new life as: “Where every day is Saturday!” How do you plan to spend your time?

Answer now

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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