Retirement Information & Helpful Hints
We hope you will find the following information helpful in retirement.
Retirement distributions may be subject to taxation by the State of Michigan. You may want to consult a tax professional for advice prior to taking a distribution. For information regarding recent State of Michigan income tax changes, please refer to the State of Michigan Department of Treasury
website. All MSU retirement plans are subject to Minimum Distribution requirements.
You will always want to keep your 403(b)
Plan and/or 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan investment vendor(s) informed of your current address. You may contact Fidelity at (800) 343-0860 and TIAA-CREF at (800) 842-2252 to report address changes. Additional investment vendor contact information.
All retirees automatically become members of the MSU Retirees Association (MSURA). If you would like to volunteer or want additional information, you may contact MSURA at 22 Nisbet Bldg, 1407 S. Harrison Rd, East Lansing, MI 48823, email email@example.com or phone (517) 353-7896. Optional annual newsletter subscription is available.
Here is a list of some benefits and discounts offered by various campus units:
Retiree discounts may apply for season tickets or passes for football, basketball, hockey, or golf
. Court fee discounts may apply at the MSU Tennis Center.
or the facility for current rates.
The Tri-County Office on Aging, at 5303 S. Cedar St., Lansing, MI 48911 offers services for seniors. They may be contacted at (517) 887-1440. Information regarding Medicare and Social Security benefits may be obtained by contacting the Social Security Administration at www.ssa.gov
or calling (800) 772-1213.
To find out if you are eligible for discounts at the MSU Computer Store
, please visit them online or in person at 110 Computer Center.
Faculty and Staff Directory:
Your name will be included in the directory. You may update your information on the Enterprise Business System (EBS) at www.ebs.msu.edu
. Select Employee Self Service to make your changes.
IM Sports Facilities:
Present your MSU ID Card for entrance. Use of the facilities may be restricted to certain hours or there may be a fee for certain activities.
You have library privileges by presenting your MSU ID Card. Contact the Main Library
at (517) 353-8700 for assistance.
All retirees can retain their MSU NetID account. If you need assistance activating or using your MSU NetID account, contact the MSU IT Services Desk at (517) 432-6200 or toll-free at (844) 678-6200, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or on-line at https://netid.msu.edu/manage/index.html
. You may also contact the MSU IT Service Desk for assistance with your MSU email account.
MSU Retiree ID Card:
Please retain your current MSU ID card for use in retirement. Retirees and/or spouses may obtain a new or replacement ID card at the MSU ID Office
in Room 170 International Center.
Sports Events Admission:
Certain sporting events may have free admission with your MSU ID card. Information is available at www.msu.edu/athletics
You can order and pay by semester (summer, fall, spring) or for the full year. Contact the State News
at (517) 355-3447.
Vehicle Parking Permit:
Parking stickers are available to retirees. An MSU ID card will be required. Contact MSU Police Department
at (517) 355-8440 to inquire about the cost and availability.