Think you can’t afford financial advice? Think again.

Financial support is not just for the wealthy – it's available to anyone. At TIAA, we provide personal support to you whether you have $500 or $5 million.1
the basics

Financial advice is important

Getting personal financial support can improve retirement confidence.1
Boosting confidence
61%
of Americans who have met with an advisor feel confident about their finances.2
Planning beyond retirement
89%
of Americans say big life events would prompt them to meet with a financial advisor.2
Starting early
77%
of Americans who have met with a financial advisor wish they had done so sooner.2
Resources

Preparing for a financial advisor meeting

You can prep for a productive sit-down with these four tips.
Why TIAA

Deciding what to do with your money isn’t easy

That’s why we offer support that goes above and beyond.1
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Personalized support

We help you understand your options and get the most from your existing plan.
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Experienced

We bring nearly 100 years of experience to every conversation.

Reaching goals

We can help you with your short- and long term goals like buying a house or saving for retirement.
There for you

The value of financial advice

In a recent survey, we asked people which service they would want for free. The #1 answer?  Personalized financial advice. At TIAA, we provide easy-to-understand advice.2
Advice matters survey results
Ready? You can call us at 800-842-2252. Or, you can schedule a call.
1 Certain products and services are only available to eligible individuals.
 
2 Source: 2016 TIAA Advice Matters Survey. The survey was conducted by KRC Research online among 1,000 adults, age 18 years and older living in the United States, from August 10 to August 15, 2016. The sample was proportionally obtained by demographics such as age, gender, region and income to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the national population age 18 and older.
 
This material is for informational or educational purposes only and does not constitute a recommendation or investment advice in connection with a distribution, transfer or rollover, a purchase or sale of securities or other investment property, or the management of securities or other investments, including the development of an investment strategy or retention of an investment manager or advisor. This material does not take into account any specific objectives or circumstances ny particular investor, or suggest any specific course of action. Investment decisions should be made in consultation with an investor’s personal advisor based on the investor’s own objectives and circumstances.
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