Social Security, Medicare seminar coming to UH

September 19, 2017  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

If you're thinking about retirement, attend a free seminar about Social Security and Medicare at Michigan Medicine on Monday, Sept. 25 either in person or via a live stream. 

A representative from the Social Security Administration will provide an overview about Social Security benefits and health coverage in retirement, including how to apply for Social Security, benefit eligibility for dependents, when to enroll in Medicare and more. This event is sponsored by the U-M Benefits Office. 

Please note that this will be the last on-campus event with Social Security in 2017.

Here’s how to attend:

  • What: Social Security and Medicare Overview
  • When: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m., Monday Sept. 25
  • Where: Ford Auditorium, University Hospital

Check-in will begin 30 minutes prior to the event. Please plan to arrive early and bring your U-M ID to check-in.

If you can’t make it in person, you can attend remotely by joining the live stream:

  • Use this link to join the live stream at 9:00 a.m. on Sept. 25.
  • Enter your name and email address under “Join as Guest.”
  • Select “Join with Browser.”
  • You will have an opportunity to submit questions using the Q&A feature on the live stream window. The speaker will answer questions as time allows following the presentation.

The event is free for faculty and staff, but space is limited and prior registration is required!

To register, visit Social Security and Medicare Education

Additional resources, including a video of a similar presentation that was held at the Michigan Union in February, are also available on that site.

This session is specific to Social Security and Medicare, and will not cover U-M retiree benefits. For more information about retiring from the university, visit Planning for Retirement.