JUNE 14–24

The summer Pre-Retirement Program is right around the corner

If you're five or fewer years from leaving the workforce, you'll want to register for the upcoming virtual sessions

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There are many things to consider when you are planning for retirement. If you are five or fewer years from leaving the workforce, you'll no doubt have questions about how to make a smooth transition from full-time employment to post-work life.

To help you make the move, the university's pre-retirement programs offer insight into Social Security, retiree benefits, legal and financial planning, Medicare, and even social aspects such as planning for where to live and how to spend your time in retirement.

June's program includes a new webinar to help you learn about Mercer Marketplace 365+ Retiree, an alternative to the JHU retiree medical plans that provides access to the Mercer Retiree Exchange Platform and to one-on-one help from a licensed retiree benefits counselor.

This year's virtual summer program will take place from Monday, June 14, through Thursday, June 24. Visit the Benefits & Worklife website for additional information and to register.

Then save the dates for the upcoming fall program, set for Sept. 20 through Oct 1.

For questions, contact the Benefits Service Center at benefits@jhu.edu or 410-516-2000.