Retirement plans

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Your employer’s retirement plan may be one of the best ways to save for retirement

Start saving today, no matter where you are in your career. You’ll likely need 70 - 80% of your preretirement income to retire comfortably—and you’ll need that income as long as you live.

Retirement saving options for everyone

Retirement plans


An easy way to save for retirement.You can start by enrolling in your employer's retirement plan, especially if they match what you put in.

Small business owners

We offer two options, SEP IRAs and SIMPLE IRAs, and both can serve as a way to save for retirement for you and your employees.


If your employer doesn’t offer a retirement plan, you can start saving on your own. You can also use our IRAs and Personal Annuities to save beyond your employer’s plan limits.
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Maxed out your employer plan?

If you’ve maxed out contributions to your retirement plan, learn how an IRA can help you to save even more, tax deferred.

Need to save even more?

If you’re already saving in a retirement plan and IRA, and are looking for additional retirement savings, consider a personal annuity.
Mutual Funds

Lifecycle funds

You can set your retirement date and our target-date funds help keep your investments on track.

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1 Average account balance calculated from Plansponsor 403(b) and 457 Buyers Guide 2017, using assets and participants in 403(b) and 457 plans, as reported by TIAA and other survey respondents.
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