Complete at least three months of Weight Watchers classes, and earn 100 points toward Tier 2 of the 2015 Wellness Incentive!
Estate planning is an important way to make sure your loved ones are taken care of should you become sick or die. Don’t wait. No matter your current health—and no how much or how little you own—start planning today how you want to be cared for should you become incapacitated and how you want to pass on your assets.
Tomorrow is Diabetes Alert Day. Take the risk test from the American Diabetes Association.
March is National Nutrition Month, reminding us all to make informed and healthy food choices, and the newest information from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services can help us stay informed of what’s healthy.
Complete a free biometric health screening and learn your risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and more. You can choose to take it at home for convenience, but remember to order a free Home Access kit by April 2.
The prestigious University of Missouri System Leadership Development Program is now accepting applications for the 2015 class.
March is national Save Your Vision Month (sponsored by the American Optometric Association). Don’t forget to get an eye exam scheduled! Regular eye exams not only help keep your eyes healthy, but also help doctors to detect diseases before other symptoms would otherwise occur.
The Internal Revenue Service has announced 2015 limits for elective salary deferral contributions to 403(b) and 457(b) voluntary retirement plans. The maximum salary deferral is $18,000.00 for each plan. Employees age 50 or over during calendar year 2015 are eligible to contribute an additional $6,000.00 as a Catch Up contribution to each plan.
Think you’ve got a lot of financial know-how? Wish you knew a little more? Put your financial knowledge to the test and pick up some financial planning tips during the “What’s your Financial IQ?” Challenge, and earn the chance to win a $25 Amex gift card!
Sometimes it feels like we struggle with sleep. In recognition of Sleep Awareness Week and the important role sleep plays in our health, take some time this weekend to sleep in!