Retirement & Savings Accounts
National Jewish Health is committed to the long-term financial planning of its employees and offers both retirement and savings options to help you succeed.
Learn About Employee Spending Accounts
403(b) Retirement Plan
National Jewish Health provides a 403(b) Retirement Savings plan to help you secure your financial future.
Convenient savings through payroll deductions. These are set up and can be managed in Oz.
After two years of service, National Jewish Health will begin making contributions to your account whether you contribute your own money or not.
If you do not make an investment election, these contributions will be invested in a default fund selected by National Jewish Health.
You’re 100% vested in your own contributions immediately and in the company’s contributions when they are made.
You can enroll at any time during the year.
457 Retirement Plan
Eligible employees who earn a minimum of the Social Security Wage Base are able to participate in the 457 plan. In addition to participating fully in the 403(b) plan, the 457 plan allows eligible employees to defer additional contributions on a pre-tax basis.
Employees may choose to invest their contributions with Fidelity or TIAA. If you do not make an investment election, these contributions will be invested in a default fund selected by National Jewish Health.
Both Fidelity and TIAA are frequently available to meet with employees one-on-one. Watch for emails throughout the year announcing meeting times and virtual presentations.