Retirees, inactive members, beneficiaries and legal-order payees: You can update your address from your online retirement account. Just select “Address” from the welcome screen. If you need to update your name, fill out and send in a printed form as well as a copy of documentation showing the change.
Active members: Update your name and/or address through your employer. That new information will soon appear in your online retirement account.
How did that guy who works in customer service put enough money aside to retire comfortably? Was he born with great “retirement genes?” Does it take a special skill? Have you ever wondered how the ones who did it right, got it done?
During Washington Saves Week 2013, you’re invited to drop by the DRS website to learn how to become as smart as those retirees you know or have read about. From Feb. 25 – 28 you’re invited to watch fun videos on the DRS website that will show you ways to maximize your retirement savings while reducing your taxes. At the end of the week on March 1, use what you learned all week to play Are you as Smart as a Retiree?
Did You Know?
Washington Saves Week is an opportunity for you to learn good savings behavior and assess your plans for saving. Make this the year you put a plan together or renew your retirement savings goals.
If you’re a public employee and haven’t yet looked into the Deferred Compensation Program (DCP) to supplement your retirement savings – you should. Watch this short video to hear what folks are saying about the program.
Contact DCP today for more information: 888-327-5596 or www.drs.wa.gov/dcp