Retirement Planner

The York University Retirement Planner (YURP) is an online tool that will help you calculate your pension entitlement from the York University Pension Plan. YURP is a complement to your annual Pension Statement because it allows you to estimate your pension at any time from age fifty-five up to December 1 in the year you turn age 71.

Employees entering the pension plan in the current year will have access to YURP after they have received their first annual pension statement.

There are some security measures in place on the site that you should be aware of. If you try to log in six times and fail, you will be automatically locked out. Contact the Pension & Benefits office to have your account reset. As well, sessions will be automatically terminated after 45 minutes of no activity. If this happens you will need to log in once again to access your information.

 

Login Instructions

If you are a first time user or if you have forgotten your password:

If you are a first time user or if you have forgotten your password:

  1. Click on the Retirement Planner Online Tool button above.
  2. Click on “forgot your password”.
  3. Enter your York Employee Number and click on the Submit button. Click "Submit" and a password will be sent to the email address we have on file. Please contact Pension & Benefits if you receive an error. The password email is from askpb with the subject "York University - Automatic Response/ Réponse automatique and it may go to your junk folder.
  4. Once you have received your password, go to the YURP link on the Pension web page once again and enter your York Employee Number and password.
  5. The “Welcome Page” will appear with information and links to the planning tool.
  6. Your current password provided by YURP should be changed immediately. Select the “Change Password” option. Review the information in the window and follow the instructions to change your password.
  7. To use YURP, click on the “Planning” tab.
  8. Review the information carefully and follow the instructions on each page.

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