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TIAA Consultant at WSU Pullman — May 10 & 11 

WSURP participants: TIAA Consultant Dean Skinner is coming WSU Pullman, Lighty 160 to assist you with your retirement planning. Schedule an in‑person appointment for help with:

  • Developing long-term strategies
  • Finding the right allocation mix
  • Developing your own strategy and retirement plans
  • Learning about your retirement income options
  • And more!

The schedule may fill up fast, so reserve your spot now. Future opportunities will be offered in Pullman and at other WSU campuses, and Zoom meetings are always available.

To schedule your 1‑hour slot, call 1‑800‑732‑8353 or visit

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