Overview

Chubb offers a variety of plans that offer you tax advantages and other incentives to help you save and invest for your personal goals. Use the links below to learn more about the financial benefits available to you, and to enroll or access your accounts.

Chubb Retirement Savings Plan

You and Chubb both contribute to your 401(k) account, administered by Fidelity, to help you build savings for a secure future.

Chubb Limited Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)

Through the ESPP administered by Fidelity, you have the opportunity to share in our company’s financial future through the ownership of company stock.

College Savings Plan

This plan through T. Rowe Price provides a simple, tax-advantaged way for families to save for college tuition and education-related expenses.

Prudential Pathways

This financial wellness program can assist you with financial planning and decisions through in-person seminars, monthly webinars, and a variety of online tools, education, and resources.

Maximize your retirement savings at any age

Fidelity recommends you save 15% of your total salary — including Chubb’s matching contributions — for as long as you work.

 

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In your 20s
and 30s

If you’re in your 20s or 30s, aim to save an amount equal to your annual salary by age 30. But don’t worry if you haven’t — just get started as soon as you can.

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In your 40s
or early 50s

In your 40s and early 50s, saving is important, since you’re getting closer to the time when you’ll need the money. Try to save 3 times your salary by age 40 and 6 times by age 50.

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Less than 15 years
until retirement

If you’re less than 15 years from retiring but short of your savings goal, boost your contributions as much as you can! You can make “catch up” contributions to save even more.

Source: Fidelity.com