The Retirement Group works with employer's benefits providers to help employees transition into retirement. Companies including AT&T, Verizon, GlaxoSmithKline, and Texas Instruments use Fidelity to administer their company retirement plans. Fidelity offers a variety of products and services to help investors reach their retirement goals.
As the trend for financial planning rises, many companies also created easy-to- use websites to help individuals track their retirement goals independently. Current employees can view their benefits plans by visiting www.Netbenefits.com.
This site is specifically customized for Fidelity retirement accounts such as a 401(k), 403(b), 457, health plans, pensions and HR/Payroll. By giving The Retirement Group a call at 1(800) 900-5867, a representative will gladly assist you in logging on to your benefits website.
Some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about NetBenefits include:
· How do I change my username and password?
· Will the username and password I've established on other Fidelity sites work on Fidelity.com?
· How do I use my username with Fidelity's telephone services?
· How does "Remember me" work?
· What if I no longer want my username saved?
· My username was saved, but now it isn't in the list of saved usernames. Why not?
· What if my username and the username of another user share the same last three characters?
Key advantages on this site include account management, personal finance education, and portfolio planning. By logging on, investors gain full access to all their accounts at Fidelity. The site allows investors to view their current rates of return, performance summaries, check online statements, make adjustments to their payroll deductions, and change future contributions.
Other resources include access to online learning workshops. These workshops are customizable to help employees meet their retirement savings goals. Articles are available that cover topics such as diversification, allocation, and investment options.
An entire section is dedicated to portfolio planning where investors can learn how to prepare for potential expenses in retirement. Many corporations that utilize Fidelity to administer their benefits plans also offer banking services through their own credit unions, such as GlaxoSmithKline Credit Union and Texas Instruments Credit Union.
Since retirement programs can vary significantly from company to company, it is essential for employees to review their benefits plan and its options to make sure it will fit with their individual needs. To learn more about Fidelity and NetBenefits you can call The Retirement Group at 1(800) 900-5867 and an expert will be available to assist you.
For more information on Verizon Retirement, visit us at http://www.theretirementgroup.com/new/netbenefits/ .