A Financially confident you
Since 2007 America Saves Week has been an annual celebration as well as a call to action for everyday Americans to commit to saving successfully.
Financial wellness and M-S-You:
Financial wellness is a money-related state of well-being achieved and maintained when you feel good about knowing what you have and knowing where you want to be (as well as, how to take steps to achieve it)
Full-time employees are automatically enrolled in one of the university’s primary retirement plans; either the Missouri State Employees’ Retirement System, referred to as MOSERS, or the College and University Retirement Plan, referred to as CURP.
Deferred Compensation plans:
Full and part-time employees may participate in voluntary retirement savings through 403b and 457b plan savings.
MSU partners with the Educational Community Credit Union (ECCU). The ECCU is founded on the philosophy of “people helping people.” The credit union helps members build long-term financial security. ECCU is a member-owned, non for profit, financial institution.
Mercy’s EAP program offers several resources related to financial planning available on the helpwhereyouare site. Including on demand online seminar’s, financial Calculators, checklists, articles, and a financial basics Handbook. Information ranges from general financial tips to estate planning; from financial assistance, loans, and savings to budgeting and investing.
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Employees have access to LinkedIn Learning content through their My Missouri State portal. LinkedIn Learning provides learning opportunities through a library of over 16,000 courses in 7 languages. Including multiple courses related to financial basics, managing finances, saving money, getting out of debt, achieving financial independence, and more.