Top 10 Articles Read by United Airlines Employees

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1. Life After United Airlines: Surviving a Bear Market in Retirement

The recent market shift has put us in the midst of a bear market. Getting caught in a bear market early on in your retirement can really take a toll on a retiree’s assets. A number of my UAL clients have reached out to me, as they’re concerned about losing their nest egg if the market doesn’t turn around soon. Read more here…

2. Read the TRG Retirement Guide for United Airlines Employees

As a recruiter, it is my job to put my clients in the best position possible for them to succeed. Most of the time this simply means finding a company with an employment opportunity that fits their needs. However, my clients often ask me about other factors, like their 401(k), pension plan, benefits package, and retirement plan. Read more here…

3. Check Your United Airlines Benefits BEFORE Checking out a New Job

Annual enrollment for your company benefits usually occurs each fall. Before it begins, you will be mailed enrollment materials and an upfront confirmation statement reflecting your benefits coverage to the address on file. You’ll find enrollment instructions and information about your benefit options and contribution amounts. Read more here…

4. 7 Things to Consider Before Leaving United Airlines

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With United announcing layoffs people, are understandably concerned for their future. If you find yourself in the unfortunate situation of losing your job, there is a lot to process. Your mind is racing and you simply just don’t know how to operate. Loss of a job, especially for those with over 20 years of service,  affects the same receptors in the brain as the loss of a loved one. It is completely normal to feel a little overwhelmed. Read more here…

5. Leaving United? 10 Things to do Before You’re off Payroll

When you’ve worked in recruiting for as long as I have, you get a lot of questions about how to stay afloat while you’re in-between jobs. But one thing I’ve noticed is people don’t often know what steps to take before they leave their current job. Here are a few tips to consider before leaving United Airlines. Read more here…

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6. United Airlines Stages of Retirement

Retirement planning, whether you are 20 or 60, is something we must actively plan towards annually. Unfortunately, numerous polls and experts say the majority of Americans don’t know how much to save or the income they will need. Read more here…

7. Everything You Need to Know about Your United Airlines Pension Plan

Whether you’re changing jobs or retiring, knowing what to do with your hard-earned retirement savings can be difficult. An employer-sponsored plan, such as a Pension & 401(k), may make up the majority of your retirement savings, but how much do you really know about that plan and how it works? Read more here…

8. United Airlines: Social Security

The disruption and market collapse from the Coronavirus has everyone a little bit on edge. A lot of my United clients have been asking questions concerning their Social Security and Medicare. This article should help address those questions. Read more here…

9. United Airlines: Divorced or Divorcing

Are you divorced or in the process of divorcing? Your former spouse(s) may have an interest in a portion of your retirement benefits. “Happily ever after” and “until death do us part” won’t happen for 28% of couples over the age of 50.3. Most couples saved together for decades, assuming they would retire together. After a divorce, they face the expenses of a pre- or post-retirement life, but with half their savings. Read more here…

10. United Airlines Survivor Checklist

I along with most people have been thinking a lot about health and family recently with the current Coronavirus scare. Many clients have reached out and asked me about what they should do if anything were to happen to them. Does a family member, your spouse, or close friend need to call the benefits center? Do they keep your medical coverage? Read more here…