The Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Open Season elections and the 2021 FEHB plan rates were effective on January 3, 2021. You will see these changes reflected on your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) for the pay date of January 22, 2021.
If you entered a new TSP election into myPayfor 2021, you should check myPay to confirm your election. Additionally, you should view your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) each pay period to confirm your TSP deductions. You can access your LES in myPay. After an election is entered into
It is very important and your responsibility to review your LES each pay day to ensure that proper deductions are being withheld. You can access your LES at any time in myPay. Should you discover a benefits withholding problem, notify your Benefits Contactimmediately.
myPay is the self-service system that allows you to make a number of employee elections, such as changes to your home address, TSP contributions, direct deposit of pay, allotments, tax withholdings, and Open Season health benefits elections. When entering elections into myPay, carefully read the important information contained on the entry pages. If you move between states, you must complete a state tax form for your new state and submi
To submit a address change to update your personnel record, go to myPay and select “Correspondence Address.” After entering your new address, select “Save.” Your address will be updated in the HR system within 2-4 weeks. Any address change made in myPay will automatically transmit to update your TSP account record; however, it does not automatically transmit to your health insurance carrier.
Access to your Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF) is just a click away. You have the ability to easily view and monitor your personnel record. For information on how to log into your eOPF and for the eOPF log-in link.
The GRB Platform provides you with information about retirement and your benefits. It offers a self-service tool that allows you to view a personalized statement of your benefits and it has a retirement calculator that you may use to perform “what-if” scenarios. It also provides access to a comprehensive reference library and informational seminars on topics related to benefits, retirement, and financial planning.
Time is running out! The Benefits Open Season runs through December 14, 2020. Don’t miss this opportunity. If you plan to make an Open Season election, now is the time to do it. Unless you experience a Qualifying Life Event during the year, the annual Open Season is your only opportunity to enroll, cancel your enrollment, or make a change to your enrollment for the participating programs.