For 2020, combined total contribution to the 401k and/or 403b plans cannot exceed the IRS limit set for individual plans — that is, $19,500 for under age 50 and $26,000 for over age 50. The 457 plan will allow you to defer an additional $19,500 for under age 50 and $26,000 for over age 50, per year.
As a public higher education employee in Tennessee, one of your most valuable benefits is your comprehensive retirement plan. Learn more about the Tennessee employee retirement options at Retire Ready Tennessee or by watching the following video presentation.
Questions about Retirement?
Ready to retire? Have questions about your retiment account? Visit the Retire Ready Tennessee website for contact information. Or schedule a one-on-one consultation with your retirement plan advisor.
Retirement Vendor Schedules
January 7, 8, 9
March 24, 25, 26
January 28, 29
February 25, 26
Please use the link below to sign up for a meeting with Amber during one of the dates listed above
Mike Middleton / Justin Copp
January 21, 22, 23
February 18, 19, 20
March 17, 18, 19
Eligible employees, who meet the qualifications, may continue insurance coverage at retirement for themselves and their covered eligible dependents. Visit the Partners for Health-Continuing Insurance at Retirement website for more information.
Additionally all retired employees and their spouses and spouses of deceased employees are eligible for membership in the ETSU Retirees Association. Former employees with five or more years of service at the university who are retired from other institutions or businesses are also eligible for membership with their spouses. Visit the ETSURA website to learn about other great benefits ETSU retirees enjoy.