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The University of Colorado offers a combination of mandatory and voluntary pension/savings plans. Starting early and investing wisely are ways to obtain a source of income once you retire. Not only are you investing in your future, but you can see benefits starting now since you do not pay state or federal income taxes on your contributions when deducted from your pay. Save today by investing for tomorrow.


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