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CU helps you ditch the paper for (at least part of the) tax season

Here’s the great thing about all the year-end, tax-related tasks CU requires you to complete: You can accomplish most (if not all) of them online without...
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Dodge a taxing 2015 by heeding year-end reminders

Avoid the stress of searching for missing tax documents this April; verify your personal information within the employee portal today. Starting this month,...
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Russell is President’s Employee of the Year

System Staff Council hosted an award ceremony, where other nominees for the annual honor were recognized; milestone years of service reached by other CU system...
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Fall Financial Expos coming to campuses starting Monday

Online registration for Employee Services’ 2014 Fall Financial Expos has closed, but faculty and staff may still register the day of each event by visiting the...
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Check your retirement readiness, learn required steps at Preparing to Retire

Is retirement on the horizon in the next three years? If so, you should attend Preparing to Retire, which will be coming to each CU campus from Oct. 20-27. At...
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Shop for advice at Dollars & Sense Market

You may need to get on a waiting list to attend some of the talks at Employee Services’ Fall Financial Expos, but you’ll have guaranteed access to key...
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Employee Services sets Fall Financial Expos for October

It’s going to be a very money-minded October for CU employees. Amid the really fun parts of this monthlong financial focus (online quizzes, gift giveaways, etc...
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CU to review retirement plans

Employee Services is undertaking a study to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the 401(a) and 403(b) savings plans, which have not been extensively reviewed...
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Employee feedback helps improve Benefits Enrollment tool

Work is underway to develop CU’s Benefits Enrollment tool for year-round use, which will accommodate employees with major life events.
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Update your phone numbers in my.cu.edu before security upgrade

More than 17,500 University of Colorado faculty and staff have verified their phone numbers using the pop-up window in the CU Resources area of my.cu.edu. The...
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Kansas paycard program offers good case study for CU

If the idea of CU abandoning paper payroll checks for paycards alarms you, just look to the state’s neighbor to the east for reassurance of just how useful the...
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What to do before new portal security tools debut this summer

The University of Colorado is poised to implement a tool that will strengthen security of personal information in the employee portal. Later this summer, the...
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Videos, sessions and more help CU employees navigate Open Enrollment

CU’s 2014-15 Open Enrollment is underway, and Employee Services is giving you some tools to help you select your benefits plans for the coming plan year...
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CU employee benefits have grown healthier

A 2013 study comparing University of Colorado employee benefits to those provided by similar institutions of higher education shows the university has made...
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Small plan changes could have big impacts this Open Enrollment

Later this month, when CU opens your three-week window to enroll in 2014-15 benefits plans, it will introduce several small changes that could have a huge...
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Learn, play and win at Employee Services Expos

When you attend an ES Expo, you’ll receive a ticket, which you can use to enter a drawing for an iPad (one grand prize per campus). For each expo booth that...
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Protect your pay in one simple step

The FBI and U.S. Department of Homeland Security are warning that colleges and universities are a new, ripe target for cyber criminals using fake “.edu” email...
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Retirement savings require diversity

Join CU retirement-plan sponsors for “Preparing to Retire” seminars, sessions and fairs next week at each campus.
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Social Security among topics at Preparing to Retire seminars

Ask Erik Jensen about the future of Social Security, and he’ll refer you to a powerful group of people, 75 million strong, who are ensuring the program’s...
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CU ahead of the curve in implementing health care law

Employee Services will conduct a limited enrollment from Nov. 11-22 to allow CU employees who have waived university medical plans and do not have health...
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Investment insight offered at retirement prep seminars

With gridlock in Washington, D.C., and an economy that’s had more ups and downs than your average roller coaster, investing in the stock market will leave your...
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Reminder: Resources available for faculty, staff affected by floods

Full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members who own homes damaged in the recent floods, who have equity in their homes and who plan to take out home...
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Guide to resources for faculty, staff affected by floods

Employee Services and the CU Health and Wellness Trust have arranged to make the services available to employees whose lives were directly affected by the...
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Portal improvements promise better tools for work

Upon entering the CU Resources area, employees will find timely, useful news and information about the university, their jobs, their benefits, their health,...
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Move. member makes difficult lifestyle changes, reaps rewards

Since losing about a third of her body weight, Tamara Crandall has become somewhat of an authority on the best stair-stepping spots in downtown Denver.

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