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Will you have use or lose vacation this year? Our explainer video helps you figure it out in just four minutes.
It's important to be aware of how your benefits work before you need to use them.
TIAA provides a wealth of information this month, but don't stop focusing on your financial future on May 1.
We've crunched the numbers on Open Enrollment for 2017 flexible benefits.
The end of the semester is a busy time for lots of folks on campus. Here are some tips for understanding and managing stress.
In order to continue providing you with competitive retirement benefits, the Lehigh Retirement Plan Investment Committee routinely reviews the performance of the plan’s investment options and periodically revises the fund line-up. The resulting changes are intended to give you the investment options, services, and tools you need to pursue your retirement savings goals.
Lehigh employees will receive a copy of the IRS form 1095 this year, as was also the case in 2016. You may have already received your 1095 from Lehigh. If not, you should receive it by March 2. We thought you might appreciate knowing more about the form.
Where did the 1095 form come from and why are we getting it?
We're helping you make the most of your money this month.
Flexible Spending Accounts can offer you a tax advantage on expenses you anticipate throughout the year.