No Matter Your Age and Stage, Plan Ahead for Your Security

Aug 14, 2018 | Colleen Jensen | @pelkeycolleen | Comments (2)

Think About Tomorrow Today

No matter what your age and stage in life, preparing for your future is always wise.  Here are some retirement and insurance benefits resources and links to help you plan for a secure future for yourself and your loved ones.

Fidelity Investments Contact for questions about retirement savings accounts and the Health Savings Account. Visit the Fidelity Investments website, or call Fidelity Investments at 1-800-343-0860 (toll-free).
Financial Engines You can only access your Financial Engines information through Fidelity NetBenefits. Click on the Financial Engines logo after logging in to the site. Visit the Fidelity Investments website to access Financial Engines, or call Financial Engines at 1-877-401-5762 (toll-free).
Legacy Services
Long-term care insurance
Contact for questions about long-term care insurance. Visit Legacy Services' website, or call Legacy Services at 1-800-230-3398, ext. 1 (toll-free).


Life insurance
Log in by choosing "Access GUL/GVUL" from the Quick Links on the left of the Prudential website. Enter your user ID and password to access your account. Enter the control number or access code when logging in initially. The control number or access code is 45200. Contact Prudential at 1-844-656-6296 (toll-free).
Think Insurance
Home and auto policies
Contact for questions about optional home and auto insurance policies. Visit the Think Mutual Bank website, or call Think Insurance at 1-800-443-6316 (toll-free).
Medicare supplement plans
One Exchange provides benefits advisers to help retirees find the right Medicare supplement plan that fits their needs and budgets. Visit the ViaBenefits website, or call ViaBenefits at 1-855-873-0105 (toll-free).





How do I find what Medicare supplement plan that will allow me to continue use of my Mayo physicians?


How do I find what Medicare supplement plan that will allow me to continue use of my Mayo physicians?

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Most plans are accepted but it would be a good idea to check with Registration or Patient Financial Services on your nearest campus.

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