In the latest episode of The SWIB Podcast, SWIB portfolio managers discuss how they use technology to work smarter to meet investment goals that keep the WRS among the only fully funded pension systems in the country.
State employees: Have you been saving your sick leave to pay for health insurance after retirement? You’ll need to “follow the rules” in order to have that sick leave turned into credits when you retire. Don’t make a mistake and lose your entire account!
With the country still dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, market volatility caused by economic and world events has caused more uncertainty. Volatility in the financial markets is not new and is something SWIB is prepared to deal with through its diversified asset allocation and strategic investment management.
Retirement doesn’t have to automatically signal the end of saving money for retirement in the WDC. Keeping your money in the WDC post-retirement may benefit you more than you realize. Here are some great reasons to stay right here.
ETF received a 2021 Governor’s Financial Literacy Award for its pilot financial wellness program, Wisconsin Strong: Your Financial Security™. The program provided targeted and online education, resources, and tools to help employees and retirees maximize their WRS benefits, grow their financial knowledge, and achieve personal financial goals.