Increasing your contributions a little each pay period can greatly increase your retirement savings. Plus, every dollar you contribute reduces your federal taxable income by a dollar and lowers your tax bill at the end of the year. This year, tax laws allow you to save even more. The 2006 plan limit is $15,000 for […]

Benefits staff changes, service still emphasized

Keeping track of your employee benefits is important. Helping you do that is the WSU Benefits Services office. Benefits Services administers employee benefits including medical and dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability insurance and retirement savings programs. Personnel can offer solutions and information to customers needing assistance with a wide variety of benefit-related topics.The Benefits […]

Limits rise on 2004 tax-deferred investing

The Feb. 10 Earnings Statement for WSU employees will include a link to the Benefit Services website, where you can find information on the expanded tax-deferred limits for 2004. The Internal Revenue Service recently announced cost-of-living adjustments for the new tax year. Limits on the amount of tax-deferred savings you can set aside rise with […]