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In addition to individualized retirement counseling and planning, Retirement Readiness at IU includes two powerful tools:

This personalized approach gives employees the ability to model an estimate of lifetime retirement income. IU sponsors retirement plans and contributes to Social Security to help employees meet income needs during retirement.

Go to the Calculator


Frequently Asked Questions

Calculator - step-by-step guides to utilize and customize this tool

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Statement - resources to understand the personalized statement
Overview for employees in IU Retirement Plan Overview for employees in the PERF plan Retirement Readiness Statement Brief - Retirement and Savings Plan
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Retirement & Savings Plan
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How to Save More for Retirement

IU sponsors two supplemental retirement plans to provide eligible employees with an opportunity to save additional money for retirement. To learn more visit the Supplemental Retirement Plans page.

The two supplemental retirement plans are:


Schedule an appointment with a retirement counselor

Get a quick benefits calculation direct from Social Security

University Human
Resource Services

400 E Seventh Street
Poplars E165
Bloomington, IN 47405

Phone: 812-856-5191


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Page updated: 6 March 2015
Contact Retirement: • 812-856-5191

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