SEPT. 20 TO 22

The Fall Pre-Retirement Program still has more to offer

No matter how many years you are away from leaving the workforce, these sessions can help you make a smooth transition to your post-work life

There are many things to consider when you are planning for retirement. Whether you are within one, five—or more—years from leaving the full-time workforce, you no doubt have questions about how to make a smooth transition to post-work life.

You can still register for the remaining virtual workshops in the Fall JHU Pre-Retirement Program series. These upcoming webinars offer insight into completing a midcareer retirement check-in, explain the steps to creating your retirement income plan, and offer a guided journaling exercise to help you envision your retirement.

Make the Move Toward Long-Term Security: Your Midcareer Retirement Check-in

Wednesday, Sept. 20, noon to 1 p.m.
For anyone halfway down the road to retirement, this webinar is a critical checkpoint. It reviews the keys to successful money management and shows you how to juggle current financial demands with strategies for your future retirement. TIAA will host this webinar.

Register in advance on TIAA's website.

Live With Confidence in Retirement: 5 Steps to Creating Your Retirement Income Plan

Thursday, Sept. 21, 1 to 2 p.m.
If you're thinking about transitioning to retirement, this webinar is essential for understanding how to create an income plan to maximize your savings. You'll learn how different sources of income work, how to build your strategy for lifetime income, and what to consider when planning withdrawals from your retirement assets. TIAA will host this webinar.

Register in advance on TIAA's website.

Envisioning Retirement—A Guided Visual Journaling Exercise

Friday, Sept. 22, noon to 1 p.m.
How about taking a mindful moment to visualize what your days in retirement may look like? Join Rachel Liccardo as she leads the group through a guided visual-journaling activity. This exercise will help you learn ways to reduce stress around approaching retirement and to open up about your emotions or challenges. You will need a piece of paper and something with which to write. Artistic ability is not a requirement, but if you enjoy arts and crafts, feel free to use supplies to make a colorful visual. This workshop is available only to Johns Hopkins affiliates, not guests. Space is limited.

This webinar will not be recorded. Register in advance here.

In addition: Retirement Readiness networking

Second Friday of the month.
The Office of Benefits & Worklife hosts a recurring Retirement Readiness virtual networking meeting on the second Friday of every month for employees wanting to exchange thoughts, concerns, and resources pertaining to the retirement journey to better prepare for a successful transition.

Register in advance here; you are not required to attend all sessions.

For questions, email the Benefits Service Center at or call 410-516-200

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