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TIAA’s Louisville, KY location is a satellite office staffed with a team of wealth management advisors who are available by appointment only. Advisors help clients plan for lifelong income, save for retirement, and make smart investment decisions. Before visiting the office or mailing documents, please call us at (901) 818-3198.

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Brandon Bach, a TIAA Bank associate and volunteer fire chief in Upper Saddle River, NJ, is bringing joy to children in his area through “Leaders are Readers,” a virtual story time from his local library. We’re proud of all the creative ways our associates serve their communities.

Check out his story here: https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/bergen/upper-saddle-river/2020/04/16/upper-saddle-river-nj-residents-rediscover-library-during-coronavirus-quarantine/5138941002/

In recognition of National Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, TIAA employees invited their kids to join them on camera for virtual meetings to learn how we serve our clients. #TIAAProudParent #TakeOurDaughtersAndSonsToWork

One of our employees, Miranda Griffin, is part of a sewing group supplying masks to healthcare workers, first responders and schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. We’re proud of our employees who find creative ways to make a difference.

A TIAA expert talks about steps you can take in financial planning to move forward with confidence in these uncertain times. https://go.tiaa.org/3eJGFi4

To support the dedicated medical staff at Jefferson Health, TIAA donated hand sanitizers to help them as they continue to help us all.

TIAA is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day today and all year long through community projects and educational initiatives in partnership with EarthShare and Earth Day Initiative. This year, our employees celebrated virtually by sharing garden photos. #EarthDay50

To support dedicated healthcare workers on the front-line, we delivered pizza, chips and fruit to our clients who are making a difference at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. We are committed to helping them as they continue to help us all.

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Thank you to the healthcare professionals, teachers, professors and researchers for your dedication during this challenging time. We’re proud to serve the people serving others.

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You really should resist the siren call of cashing out your 401(k)

TIAA Chief Financial Planning Strategist Dan Keady shares smart retirement planning strategies to keep in mind during the down market with CNBC.

cnbc.com With market values plummeting, you might be thinking of fleeing to cash. Here's why you should leave your 401(k) where it is.

Kudos to Babacar Ba, a Jacksonville, Fla. based TIAA Bank associate, and his wife Souadou, who donated 300 disposable masks to Howard University Hospital. Souadou, a fashion business owner and Howard University alumnus, used her contacts and business partners in China to get the critical masks. We’re proud to have such generous associates.

Recently, Babacar Ba, a TIAA Bank associate in Jacksonville, Fla., and his wife Souadou, donated 300 disposable masks to Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C. Souadou, the owner of a fashion business and Howard University alumnus, has been working closely with partners in China for several years and via this connection was able to secure the masks. We’re proud to have such generous associates.

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To help those concerned about going hungry, we delivered more than 6,500 lbs. of food to the Food Bank For New York City. We are committed to helping those in need in this difficult time.

Heroes | Dedication Never Runs Out

Thank you to the healthcare professionals, teachers, professors and researchers for your dedication during this challenging time. We’re proud to serve the people serving others.

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Creativity Never Runs Out

Thank you to all the teachers for finding different ways to reach your students. We appreciate you and your non-stop creativity.

Persistence Never Runs Out

Thank you to all the scientists who are searching for answers to keep us all safe. We appreciate you and your tireless persistence.

To support dedicated doctors, nurses and medical staff on the front-line helping us all, TIAA’s employees raised funds to donate thousands of protective masks and medical supplies. To those we serve who serve all of us, we thank you at Mount Sinai Hospital, NYU Langone Health, Suny Downstate Medical Center, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, and Maimonides Medical Center. Direct Relief

Dedication Never Runs Out

Thank you to all the professors continuing to find ways to reach students despite the challenges. We appreciate you and your non-stop dedication.

Resilience Never Runs Out

Thank you to the nurses on the front lines for your ongoing fight to protect us. Your resilience is an inspiration to us all.

Devotion Never Runs Out

To all the doctors facing challenges head-on day after day, thank you for your ongoing devotion to your patients.

To support the dedicated medical staff at Stony Brook Medicine, TIAA donated 3,740 hand sanitizers to help them as they continue to help us all.

To help students concerned about going hungry, we delivered more than 1,600 lbs. of food to UNC Charlotte's Jamil Niner Student Pantry. We are committed to helping those in need in this difficult time.

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The No. 1 personal finance lesson to take away from the coronavirus

Protecting your personal finances during times of crisis can be daunting. This #FinancialLiteracyMonth, The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center's Annamaria Lusardi shares insights from the TIAA Institute P-Fin Index study to help prepare for unexpected financial challenges during the crisis, via CNBC.

cnbc.com The coronavirus is a reminder of how we struggle to comprehend and make decisions based on risk. This goes a long way toward explaining why so many Americans fail at personal finance.

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How to Invest for Retirement at 3 Different Life Stages | ThinkAdvisor

TIAA Chief Financial Planning Strategist Dan Keady shares how people at key different life stages -near retirement, mid-career and early career- should think about retirement planning as we face continued market volatility, via Think Advisor.

thinkadvisor.com A well-constructed retirement portfolio needs to consider a variety of options depending on the age of the client.

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Money Life with Chuck Jaffe: TIAA's Keady: 'Stay the course' is still the best retirement-savings advice

TIAA Chief Financial Planning Strategist Dan Keady shares his insights on how to help protect your retirement strategy as the coronavirus continues to impact the markets on Money Life with Chuck Jaffe.

moneylifeshow.libsyn.com Dan Keady, chief financial planner at TIAA, says that while investors are looking at their retirement savings and thinking they have been devastated, the market ultimately will help them catch up and recover, provided they don't try to get off the market rollercoaster mid-ride hoping to escape marke...

To help students concerned about going hungry, we delivered more than 1,100 lbs. of food to the UTA Food Pantry. We are committed to helping those in need in this difficult time.

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Financial Pros Offer 7 Steps to Handling Your Investments Today

Did you know that checking your retirement account daily can do more harm than good? As we face continued market volatility during the coronavirus, learn more tips from TIAA Chief Financial Planning Strategist Dan Keady in U.S. News and World Report.

money.usnews.com Don’t let stock market panic make you lock in investment losses.

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Despite Volatility, Advisors Urged To Stick To Retirement Planning Basics

Even with continued market volatility, retirement planning is still manageable. Learn more insights from TIAA Chief Financial Planning Strategist Dan Keady in Financial Advisor Magazine.

fa-mag.com People saving for retirement need to understand market downturns are going to happen, a TIAA planner said.

To help students concerned about going hungry, we delivered more than 700 lbs. of food to the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Pop-up Pantry. We are committed to helping those in need in this difficult time.

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Resist the urge to abandon the market: your 401(k) during the coronavirus pandemic

Continued market volatility makes it easy to second guess your retirement strategy. TIAA Chief Financial Planning Strategist Dan Keady shares tips to help you stay on track during the coronavirus, via CNBC.

cnbc.com Here's how to make good decisions about investing in your 401(k) during a volatile stock market.

As we face unprecedented challenges, TIAA Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer Corie Pauling shares why it’s important to support the most vulnerable. https://go.tiaa.org/3aB8ffe

To help students facing food insecurity, we delivered 700 lbs. of food to the UW Food Pantry from our recent food drive – thanks to everyone who contributed!

To help provide critical support to doctors, nurses and staff working tirelessly on the front line during the crisis, TIAA and Nuveen are proud to donate masks, protective gear and gloves to Howard University Hospital and George Washington University Hospital so they can be protected while helping the ill.

To help eliminate hunger during the coronavirus, TIAA is proud to donate food from our cafeterias to local organizations working tirelessly despite the danger to feed the hungry. In New York City we’re donating to Mainchance.

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Coronavirus highlights need for caregiver benefits

TIAA is proud to expand back-up care benefits and set a model to support people with caregiving responsibilities during the COVID-19 crises.

benefitnews.com As social distancing becomes the norm, employees are looking for ways to care for loved ones.

To help eliminate hunger during the coronavirus, TIAA is proud to donate food from our company cafeterias to organizations in our local communities. In Charlotte we’re donating to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina and Urban Ministry Center, Charlotte.

Ready to cash in your investments? Hold on a minute and learn from people who’ve been there. https://go.tiaa.org/2UDxTce

To help eliminate hunger during the coronavirus, TIAA is proud to donate food from our company cafeterias to organizations in our local communities. In Denver we’re donating to Metro Caring, which now provides walk-up food distribution.

To help students face food insecurity, we delivered nearly 500 lbs. of food to the Rutgers Student Food Pantry from our recent virtual food drive – thanks to everyone who contributed!

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How To Protect Your Retirement Savings During the Coronavirus Scare

TIAA’s Dan Keady shares tips on how to help protect your retirement strategy as the coronavirus impacts the market, via GBR.

gobankingrates.com Keep calm and follow these 25 tips.

Market volatility makes it easy to second-guess your retirement strategy. Take a deep breath and read our tips to guide you. https://go.tiaa.org/2QypaXH

TIAA is proud to donate food from our company cafeterias to organizations in our local communities to help eliminate hunger during the coronavirus. In Texas we’re donating to Metrocrest Services in Dallas.

TIAA is proud to donate food from our company cafeterias to organizations in our local communities to help eliminate hunger during the coronavirus. In New Jersey we’re donating to Elijah's Promise soup kitchen in New Brunswick.

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TIAA’s Louisville, KY location is a satellite office staffed with a team of wealth management advisors who are available by appointment only. Advisors help clients plan for lifelong income, save for retirement, and make smart investment decisions. Before visiting the office or mailing documents, please call us at (901) 498-6170.

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