The FSAFEDS 2021 Special Enrollment Period has started! You can now enroll in the FSAFEDS Program or make changes to your current enrollment.
The Special Enrollment Period will run through June 30, 2021.Read More about The Special Enrollment Period For The Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAFEDS) Program Is Underway!
If you wish to make a change to your Federal tax withholding, you must make your change in myPay. The Federal Tax Withholding page in myPay was recently updated to mirror the newly revised W-4 Federal Tax Form. You can view the W-4 Tax form instructions on the IRS website to help you in responding to the questions in myPay.Read More about Process For Submitting A Tax Withholding Change
Temporary Continuation of Coverage (TCC) is available to: 1) employees who lose their FEHB Program coverage because they leave their Federal jobs; 2) children who lose their FEHB Program family member status because they reach age 26; and 3) former spouses who lose their FEHB Program family member status because of divorce or annulment.Read More about Temporary Continuation Of Coverage (TCC) Under The Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program
The Spouse Equity provisions of law allows the former spouse of a Federal employee or annuitant to enroll in The Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program if he or she: 1) was covered under FEHB as a family member at some time during the 18 months before the marriage ended; 2) has not remarried before reaching age 55; and 3) has a qualifying court order (a court order that awards the former spouse a portion of the employee's or retiree's annuity benefit or a survivor benefit based on the employee's oRead More about Spouse Equity Provisions Under The FEHB Program
The cost for Basic insurance is shared between you and the Federal government, and your age does not affect the cost for Basic coverage. You pay the full cost for any Optional insurance and the cost depends on your age. The change in premiums resulting from age begins at age 35 and continues to increase in five year increments. If you notice a change in your FEGLI premiums on your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES), you should verify the cost based on your salary and age.Read More about Life Insurance Premiums And Determining The Coverage Amount
If you are getting married or divorced, or you are having or adopting a child, those are qualifying life events (QLE) that will allow you to make certain changes to your benefits. For information on the timelines and the process, go here.Read More about Getting Married, Divorced, Or Having A Child – Benefits Changes You Can Make
Family members eligible for coverage under your “Self Plus One” or “Self and Family” enrollment are your spouse and children under age 26 (if the child is age 26 or over, he/she must be incapable of self-support), including legally adopted children, recognized natural children, and stepchildren.
Foster children are included if they meet the requirements listed here:Read More about Health Benefits – Family Members Eligible For Coverage