The Department of Human Resources will be conducting informational sessions in regards to Open Enrollment for the 2013 Plan year. We have three Open Enrollment Benefits Sessions set up before the deadline on Nov. 21, 2012. There will also be laptops set up for your convenience and the benefits staff will be available for enrollment assistance during this time.
Bring your questions and forms, if applicable, and we will be able to assist with enrolling you for the 2013 plan year.
Barney and Barney our benefits broker will be giving an overview of the 2013 plans and changes in Spanish and English on 11/14. Benefits Group will be conducting an English Session on 11/20.
||10 - 11am (Spanish)
||Team Room - Building 604
||2 - 3pm (English)
||Manresa Learning Center
||10 - 11am (English)
||Manresa Learning Center
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2013 Open Enrollment FAQs
If I don’t want to change what I have do I need to do anything?
No, your 2012 choices will carry over to the 2013 plan year, however if you wish to participate in the Flexible Spending program you will need to re-enroll at this time.
Last year we heard about a credit for waiving benefits, what do I need to do? How much is it? Can I keep Dental?
Yes, last year we sent out an email letting the community know about the $150 dollar monthly credit should you wish to waive medical benefits for the 2013 plan year. In order to take advantage of this credit you will need to waive yourself and dependents out of our medical coverage during this time. You and your family can keep the dental benefits and still be eligible for the credit.
How do I make the changes I need to for the new plan year?
This year we are able to offer an online automated service delivered via our ecampus website. You will need to log onto eCampus and navigate to the HR Self Service page. Once there, please select Benefits Enrollment and then make changes in your coverage selections and or updating dependent and beneficiary information. Once submitted, HR will verify your information and your request will be completed.
Has the 403b limits changed for 2013?
Yes, the new annual limits are now $17,500 for those under the age of 50, for those over 50, the maximum contribution is $23,000.
What is the age limit for dependents?
Since January 2011, dependents are eligible for coverage up to the age of 26. They do not need to be full time students.
When do I need to submit my receipts for Flex Spending?
You have until March 31st, 2013 to submit receipts for the 2012 plan year.