What's new

Get your TIAA balance from Amazon Alexa

Enable the TIAA skill on your Amazon Alexa device to ask about your account balance, stock quotes, TIAA office locations and more.

How the SECURE Act could impact your retirement money

Find out about the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act aims to help you save and get more income for life when you retire.

All about your taxes for 2019

Access forms, documents, and schedules to make sure you’re ready to file taxes by April 15.

Previous Enhancements

  • More accounts now in 360° Financial View

    Get a more complete picture of your money with bank, brokerage, and trust accounts fully integrated in your 360° Financial View.
  • Easy 1-click eDelivery settings

    We’ve made going paperless easy with just one click. Set everything to eDelivery or select how you want to received your important information. Go to your personal profile’s communication preferences page to change your settings.
  • Get SMS alerts about potential fraud or suspicious activity

    Your security is important to us, and we will notify you if we detect potentially suspicious activity. Go to your personal profile’s communication preferences to sign up to for text message alerts.
  • Easier online enrollment

    The new online experience features the “choose for me” path, making it simpler and faster to enroll in employer-sponsored plans.
  • Customizing your start page

    New and personalized start pages feature the information that matters most.
    New enrollee
    Features guidance to help new customers get the most from their TIAA account.
    You can always switch back to your standard start page.
    Nearing retirement
    Features retirement savings, projected income and other info as you approach your target retirement age.
    In retirement
    Features TIAA income, required minimum distributions and more for those already retired.
    See if one of these customized start pages is available for you. You can always change it back later.
  • Ask SIRI for your account balance

    TIAA is giving you more ways to stay connected to your money. If you’re an iOS user, you can now ask Siri for your TIAA retirement, bank or brokerage account balances.
    Download the TIAA mobile app
    App Store | Google Play Store
  • Opt-in for text alerts and reminders

    We can send you an SMS text message after retirement transactions and mortgage payments, and we can send a reminder before an upcoming advisor meeting. Go to your communications preference page to opt-in to SMS.
  • Our automated assistant gets you the right documents faster

    The “Ask TIAA” feature can save you the hassle of hunting for the right statements, forms and documents.
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  • A custom homepage for retirees

    The “in retirement” start page features retirement assets, TIAA Retirement income, RMD info and more.
  • RMDs now include inherited accounts

    Customers with required minimum distributions (RMDs) can now see inherited accounts, making it easier to know how much to take each
  • Introducing a new loan calculator tool

    This tool helps you understand your options before you take a loan. Enter the amount you want to take out and immediately see an estimated monthly payment.
  • Use the goals page in your online account

    Have a Financial goal in mind? Head to your goals page to watch a quick video that explains the perks of setting smart financial goals.
    Team up with TIAA on your goals page
    If you have a dedicated TIAA advisor, they can help you develop and plan to achieve your financial goals in your account’s goals.

  • We’ve added TIAA Bank account actions to your online account

    If you have a TIAA Bank account, you can easily manage it from the actions page alongside your other TIAA accounts.
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  • Visit our new required minimum distributions (RMDs) education page

    Visit our new required minimum distributions (RMDs) education page
    If you’re 70 ½ and retired, the IRS requires you to take a certain amount of money from your plans each year. RMDs can make people a little nervous, so we’ve pulled together some helpful resources, including a short video and an overview of the 5-step RMD process.
    Keep this resource in mind whenever RMDs come up.
*All materials depicted are for illustrative purposes only.