All employees are eligible for the 403(b) TSA from date of hire
As a way to jumpstart your retirement savings, all employees (hired after12/1/05) of Cooper University Health Care will have 3% of your compensation automatically deducted from your pay each payroll period and contributed to your account under the plan with Fidelity Investments.
Fidelity Video Workshops
Get Started and Save for the Future You
This workshop will help you understand the benefits of saving in your workplace savings plan, how to enroll in your plan, and small steps you can take today to save more for the future.
Identify and Prioritize Your Savings Goals
This workshop will help you start to think about the savings goals that are important to you and understand how you can achieve them.
Create a Rainy Day Fund
In this mini-workshop, you’ll learn more about the bedrock of any solid financial foundation–the rainy day fund, also known as the emergency savings fund. You’ll also learn how much you need to save and different ways to find the money to put in your fund.
Updating your retirement beneficiary information.
Because certain life events can impact your Cooper retirement savings plan, it’s important to review the beneficiaries for your retirement account. To update your retirement savings plan beneficiary information, click here. Once you have completed your beneficiary designation(s), you will be able to view them on NetBenefits. Please be sure to review your choices regularly and update them after life events such as a marriage, divorce, birth of a child, or a death in the family.
Open enrollment is an excellent time to think about your financial wellness. Fidelity is offering Live Sessions via Zoom during the following dates and times. Select a time, shown below, that works best for you to enter the Live Session "Zoom Room". To ensure privacy, you'll be briefly admitted into a virtual waiting room until greeted by a Fidelity representative.
Need help navigating your benefit options?
For questions regarding Medical/Rx, Dental, Vision or FSA benefits:
Contact the Conner Strong & Buckelew Benefits Member Advocacy Center (Benefits MAC) to speak with a specially trained representative who can help you navigate your benefits. Call Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm (Eastern Time) or submit a request online, anytime.
For questions regarding Retirement benefits, contact Fidelity:
Questions about your retirement benefits should be directed to Fidelity via the phone number or website below. Cooper employees may also speak with a Fidelity representative, one-on-one, via the "LIVE SESSIONS" being offered during Open Enrollment.
Ready to enroll?
To get started with your enrollment, access Employee Self Service (ESS) by clicking the button below. Remember to have personal information on hand, such as Social Security numbers and birth dates of dependents. NOTE: You must be connected to Cooper's network to access the site.