Welcome to the TIAA Booth

Saving for retirement is one of the most important things you can do to secure your future. When you choose TIAA for your retirement plan, you’ll get more than just a way to save for retirement. For over a hundred years, TIAA has helped millions of people build more secure financial futures. That's because we understand and specialize in the financial needs of people who work in academic, government, medical and other non-profit fields. Take advantage of:

Financial advice

Whether you have $500 or $5 million, TIAA financial consultants are here to help you make informed decisions about investing and planning that are right for you. Schedule an appointment with a financial consultant at TIAA.org/schedulenow or by calling 800-732-8353, weekdays, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. (ET).

Watch to learn what you can do to make the most of your meeting with a TIAA financial consultant

A wide range of investments

Your plans offer options to help you build a diverse portfolio. In addition to mutual funds, TIAA offers a range of annuities, which, other than Social Security and pensions, are the only retirement option capable of providing income that’s guaranteed for as long as you live.*

Review all the investment options available in your Case Western Reserve University retirement plans.

Watch to learn how you can replace your salary in retirement

Online tools and resources

No matter where you are in your career, TIAA has resources, retirement calculators and financial tools tailored to help you work toward your saving goals and needs. You also have access to TIAA’s live webinars. Visit TIAA.org/webinars to register for upcoming presentations or to watch past presentations on demand. 

Watch to see how TIAA's Goal Tracker online tool can help you crate financial goals and establish an action plan to reach them

24/7 access to your account

TIAA makes it easy to manage your retirement account. Log in to TIAA.org or download the TIAA mobile app.

 

*Any guarantees under annuities issued by TIAA are subject to TIAA’s claims-paying ability.