Sensible Savings Sessions
Saving money is a top priority for everyone. State employees are no exception. Learn how to make the most of your finances and resources at the NCFlex Sensible Savings Sessions, completely FREE financial and retirement planning workshops held across the state for NC employees. These sessions are sponsored by NC Office of State Human Resources - NCFlex State Insurance Plans - in partnership with the State Employee’s Credit Union as well as the North Carolina Total Retirement Plans.
Click on one of the links below for NCFlex Sensible Savings classroom sessions or webinars. You will be prompted to log in with your NCID credentials. Because the sessions are free, you are preapproved to register for a session. However, you should discuss your attendance with your supervisor to make sure that time away from work is approved.
Click on one of the links below for NCFlex Sensible Savings classroom sessions or webinars. You will be prompted to log in if you have an existing account in the NC Learning Center. If you don't have an account, click on the Register link. Once your account is created, click on the Sensible Savings Sessions picture to view available sessions.
If you have trouble logging into the Learning Management System, please email email@example.com for help.
Join us to discuss topics such as:
- Learning about NCFlex benefit plans and how they can help you save money,
- Preparing for retirement,
- Reviewing retirement options,
- Contributing to NC supplemental retirement savings vehicles such as 401(k) and 457 plans.
- We will also have SECU representatives on site to present financial wellness topics such as estate planning and debt elimination.
The 2017 Sensible Savings Sessions will run from April 19 through August 25. Click on any of the dates/locations below for more information:
- Wednesday, April 19, in Raleigh
- Friday, May 12, in Raleigh
- Tuesday, May 23, in Raleigh
- Friday, June 2, in Morganton
- Thursday, June 22, in Winston-Salem
- Tuesday, July 11, in Raleigh
- Thursday, July 27, in Asheville
- Thursday, August 3, in Raleigh
- Friday, August 25, in Wilmington