When it comes to retirement, emotional preparation is just as important as financial preparation. Duke's Personal Assistance Service offers some insight on how to cope.
This guide has been prepared by Benefits to assist you in planning for retirement. Our goal is to provide you with a summary of useful information as you begin to plan for retirement.
We suggest that this guide be studied several years before retiring in order to help you formulate a complete retirement plan. View the Retirement Planning Guide (PDF version).
To learn more about your investment options and preparing for retirement, you can also attend these information sessions:
- Attend a free one-on-one session with Duke's investment carriers
- Attend a free seminar at the Duke University Federal Credit Union
- View on-line Social Security presentation, How Social Security Can Help You Plan for Retirement
Duke University reserves the right to change, amend or terminate any benefit plan or program, or the eligibility for benefits under the plan. The benefits that you receive are based upon the plan's official plan document, not this guide or any other written or oral statement. If there is a conflict between this guide and the official plan document, the plan document will govern in all cases.