‘Women Talk Money’ topics include retirement, resolutions

November 4, 2022  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

It’s a fact that women earn less money than men even when working the same job. What many women don’t realize, however, is that the pay gap is only one reason they need to take a different approach than men to retirement saving.

Women Talk Money

Fidelity’s “Women Talk Money” program addresses the factors that make women’s financial planning unique. It’s a free, online series created for women to address their specific financial situations leading toward retirement.

Upcoming “Women Talk Money” sessions include:

More online expertise

Fidelity and TIAA, U-M’s longtime partners in administering its Retirement Savings Plans, offer free webinars and workshops each month. Most are in real-time, and can be viewed on-demand so you’ll never miss a word.

Upcoming webinars include:



Get personal with consultations

Faculty and staff enrolled in U-M retirement plans are encouraged to meet periodically with Fidelity and TIAA counselors to make sure their investments are meeting their goals. These consultations are free of charge and can be scheduled through Zoom, by phone or in-person:

Fidelity offers appointments exclusively for U-M employees every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Financial resources at MHealthy

MHealthy also offers several resources to assist faculty and staff with improving their financial literacy. These include education programs, coaches, and immediate assistance for those who need help now.

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