About TSA Inve$tor Newsletters

The TSA Inve$tor is the newsletter for the Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403(b) Program available to UW employees.

The newsletters for the past three years are below. If you would like read older newsletters, click on Archived Newsletters below.

TSA Inve$tor - Fall 2011

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  1. TSA Program Highlights p. 1
  2. Roth 403(b) coming in November! p. 1
  3. Even in tough times it's important to save p. 1
  4. TSA Review Committee news p. 2
  5. T. Rowe Price live webinars p. 2
  6. TSA Program news p. 2
  7. Roth 403(b) frequently asked questions p. 3

TSA Inve$tor - Spring 2011

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  1. Your UW TSA 403(b) Program p. 1
  2. A Plan Sponsor's work is never done p. 1
  3. TIAA-CREF, Fidelity offer special low-cost share classes p. 1
  4. TSA Review Committee news p. 2
  5. TSA Program news p. 2
  6. TSA Program will benefit from new payroll system p. 2
  7. Frequently asked questions p. 3

TSA Inve$tor - Fall 2010

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  1. Pay yourself first! p. 1
  2. Is your beneficiary current? p. 1
  3. Understanding your fund returns p. 1
  4. Building a Portfolio, Oct. 12 p. 2
  5. T. Rowe offers Webinars Nov 4 & 5 p. 2
  6. Frequently asked questions p. 2
  7. TSA Program Highlights p. 3

TSA Inve$tor - Spring 2010

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  1. IRS 403(b) Final Regulations p. 1
  2. Should you borrow from your 403(b)? p. 1
  3. Fidelity Institutional K Class Shares p. 1
  4. T. Rowe Price wins Lipper Fund Award p. 2
  5. Frequently asked questions p. 2
  6. TSA Program 2010 limits p. 3

Archived Newsletters

Please note that information in archived newsletters may no longer be current or correct. The terms and conditions of UW Tax-Sheltered Annuity 403(b) program are established by state and federal laws and regulations, the relevant plan documents, and the policies of the Board of Regents. These sources of authority have control over the information in these newsletters to the extent there are any differences or conflicts.