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Automatic Increase Program - Frequently Asked Questions


Where do I log in to opt out of the Automatic Increase Program?

Log into www.NetBenefits.com/DePaul and follow this path (or call Fidelity at 800-343-0860):
Quick Links à Contributions à Annual Increase Program

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If you are a TIAA participant, or have not previously set up an account through Fidelity’s NetBenefits platform, you will need to set up an account.

How do I change my savings rate for my pre-tax contributions from my DePaul paycheck?

Log intowww.NetBenefits.com/DePaul and follow this path (or call Fidelity at 800-343-0860):
Quick Links à Contributions à Contribution Amount​

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How do I change how my contributions are directed to Fidelity, TIAA or a combination of the two?

Log into www.NetBenefits.com/DePaul and follow this path (or call Fidelity at 800-343-0860):
Quick Links à Contributions à Retirement Providers​

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I’m contributing to TIAA only. Why do I have to elect through Fidelity?

In January 2016, DePaul launched the NetBenefits Retirement site for the 403(b) Plan, managed by Fidelity as the Plan’s master record keeper.  The NetBenefits portal enables participants to enroll in the 403(b) Plan, change contribution amounts, change Automatic Increase Program elections, and alter allocation elections between the two retirement providers (Fidelity and TIAA).  For changes to investment funds, taking loans/withdrawals, beneficiary designations for TIAA balances, participants continue to use the TIAA website (www.tiaa.org). ​

Will my increased deferral be allocated to Fidelity or TIAA?

Your contributions and any applicable match will be allocated according to your election on file in NetBenefits.  The Automatic Increase Program does not change your investment allocations or your designated election to Fidelity and/or TIAA.  For example, if you previously elected to have your contributions sent to TIAA, you will still continue to have your contributions sent to TIAA until you make a change through the “RETIREMENT PROVIDERS” section in NetBenefits:​

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