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Route 2: Map Your Progress

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What's next on your journey?

As part of our NEW member education series, there are four distinct routes for you to follow on your Road to Retirement. These journeys will ensure you have the information you need, when you need it.

During your mid-career as you are cruising down the road towards retirement, become informed of the benefits and opportunities now available to you. If you don't already have a plan for retirement, jump-start your planning now! It's never too early to chart your path. Route 2: Map Your Progress is for you.

This journey is presented in a multi-media, self-paced, interactive eLearning that will rev up your planning and pave your way towards a successful retirement. Click below to get started!

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Learn about the Service Purchase and Long Term Disability programs, how to handle many life changing events and options regarding your account, such as moving out of state or leaving your ASRS employer.

Route 2 is designed for the mid-career person. If you are within three years of retiring, check out Route 3: Destination in Sight.

Next steps

KEEPING TRACK OF THE PROGRAMS YOU'VE COMPLETED?

Download our handy member education checklist:

  Member Education Checklist (Revised, June 2017)

Don't forget to register for own secure myASRS account! 

myASRS Login  Why Register?

STILL NEED A LITTLE DIRECTION?

If you're not sure what you need, check out GPS, our Guide to Pre-retirement Services. GPS will help you navigate your Road to Retirment and direct you to the information and resources you need at whatever point you're at on your journey.

GPS icon   GPS, our Guide to Pre-retirement Services

Additional Retirement Savings Options

Opening a secondary but separate retirement account from your ASRS defined benefit is an effective way to help provide for a more secure retirement. Even if you only contribute a small amount now, opening such a plan early in your career will help set a more solid foundation for a well-diversified retirement portfolio.

Supplemental Savings Plans

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