Arizona Education Association

Fall 2013

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RESOURCES These resources are not endorsed by the Arizona Education Association and may reflect the biases of the provider. promotions to members based on their: •Explicitly stated areas of interest and preferences •Online activity (email clicks, website product views, etc.) •Profile, including demographic information Visual & Content Placement •Better Navigation Menus – Restructured navigation menus provide easy access to relevant product and services based on where they are navigating from at a given moment. •Improved Page Layout – The home page, category pages, product information and landing pages have all been redesigned to enable the user to quickly scan the page & find the "next actions" and "supporting content" they're looking for. Ease of Use •Remember Me – Once a member has been recognized on, their identity will be "remembered" by the website. This means that personalization and product eligibility verification can be done without the need for an explicit login. •I Know You – When a member comes to the website as a result of clicking on a link from an NEA MB-sponsored email, the site will automatically recognize them. As a result, more personalized content and product information is delivered to the member, and e-newsletter subscription and other forms may conveniently be "auto-filled," saving the member valuable time. We invite you to visit and experience the new site at If you have any questions or comments about the redesigned NEA Member Benefits website, please contact John Bowman, Director of Digital Strategy, at Online Retirement Planning Center Designed exclusively for NEA members, the one-stop, online Retirement Planning Center, compliments of NEA Member Benefits, helps you plan for a successful retirement – no matter what your stage of life or career. Whether you're just starting out, earnestly building your nest egg, approaching retirement or enjoying it already, the Retirement Planning Center provides valuable information and resources for making smart decisions and the most of your retirement assets. Look what's waiting for you at the Retirement Planning Center: •Timely tips and articles geared toward your life/career stage •FREE subscription to the monthly Kiplinger's Retirement Reports – a $40 value! •The NEA Retirement Income Calculator, which helps you project what you need to meet your retirement goals – the great thing about it is the calculator has your state's pension plan data already built-in! Planning for a more secure retirement just got easier with the new online Retirement Planning Center. Visit today. It's never too early or too late to plan for your retirement. Learn How to Make Your Retirement More Secure NEA Member Benefits wants to help make your retirement better. That's why they developed the NEA Retirement E-Newsletter. Every month we'll send resources to help you plan, organize, adjust, or enhance your retirement plan: •Articles and advice from financial experts •Financial planning and investment tips •Monthly alerts for your FREE Kiplinger's Retirement Report To ensure you receive the next issue of the NEA Retirement E-Newsletter, log in or register at , click "My Account" or "Account Details" at the top of the page, and then select the "My Newsletters" tab. It's easy – and it's free. Opportunities for Students VSP: Sight for Students Sight for Students is a VSP charity that provides free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children. The program operates nationally through a network of community partners who identify children in need and VSP network doctors who provide the eye care services. Parents and guardians Fall.13advo.indd 38 interested in seeking assistance through the Sight for Students program must work through VSP's established network of community partners. There are five basic qualifications a child must meet in order to receive a Sight for Students gift certificate. For more information, visit 38 Fall 2013 x AEA Advocate 8/7/13 2:35 PM

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