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Retirement

On August 30, 2010, the Purdue University Board of Trustees approved a voluntary retirement incentive program for eligible faculty and staff at all campuses. To be eligible, staff and non-tenured faculty must be at least 60 years of age with at least 10 years of service in a benefits-eligible position by January 31, 2011. Tenured faculty must be at least 60 years of age with at least 10 years of service in a benefits-eligible position by June 30, 2011. More information is available on Purdue's Human Resources Benefits website. This page serves as a source for information related to retirement initiatives and activities.

Purdue Human Resources Benefits Website

Fidelity sessions set for April 5 and 6 (4/4/11)

Wrap-up sessions offered as transition period to Fidelity comes to a close (3/23/11)

Voluntary retirement savings enrollment always open (2/18/11)

Workshops begin Feb. 7 on consolidating retirement accounts (2/7/11)

February workshops explain how to consolidate retirement accounts (1/28/11)

Workshops begin on consolidating retirement accounts (1/18/11)

Due dates approaching to have Fidelity investment choices effective for January pay (12/16/10)

Fidelity continues to add time slots for one-on-one counseling appointments (11/12/10)

Voluntary Early Partial Retirement Program reinstated (11/8/10)

509 Purdue employees opt to retire early with incentive package (11/2/10)

Fidelity group sessions added for participants in defined contribution retirement plan (11/2/10)

Transition to enhanced retirement program begins as Fidelity’s Purdue-dedicated website opens for enrollments (9/21/10)

Online calculator shows effect of total compensation rebalancing (9/16/10)

Employees eligible for retirement incentive being notified by e-mail (8/31/10)

Voluntary Early Partial Retirement program to be temporarily suspended (8/31/10)

Purdue retirement incentives to trim budgets, allow strategic realignment (8/30/2010)