If retirement is on your horizon, make sure your transition will be smooth as you prepare to leave Tufts. Below are steps you need to take, things you need to know about your benefits, and a few other things to consider.
Before You Go
- Use this Pre-Retirement Checklist to make sure you wrap up all the necessary details
- Notify Tufts Support Services (TSS) at least three months before your expected retirement date
- Tell your supervisor your plans and send him or her a written resignation letter.
This resource will help you prepare for your retirement.
Retirement and Changes to Benefits
When you leave the university, your benefits will end or change. Learn about your options.
Retiree Health and Dental Plans
The university offers Retiree Health and Dental coverage for eligible employees and their dependents.
Staying in Touch
Make sure your permanent mailing address, email, and phone number are up to date on eServe so we can send your annual tax forms and other important information, including updates about Retiree Open Enrollment (if applicable).
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