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Focusing on the Full Picture—Your Total Rewards Statement

Annual Enrollment is the perfect time to review your Total Rewards Statement. Your Total Rewards Statement is a useful tool for your personal financial planning. It offers a personalized summary of your total compensation, including your pay, benefits, and other university programs. More...

Tags: Annual Enrollment, Total Rewards

Ready to Enroll?

Once you've carefully reviewed all your benefit options and made the right decision for your needs, you're ready to enroll. Annual Enrollment 2012 runs from October 21 - November 8, 2011. You MUST ENROLL if you wish to:
• Participate in a flexible spending account for 2012
• Make changes to your current benefits (e.g., change medical plans, add coverage for a dependent) More...

Tags: Annual Enrollment, How to Enroll

The Eyes Have It—Choosing and Using Your Vision Coverage

All of our medical plan options include basic Vision coverage for routine eye exams. If you anticipate needing more eye care coverage for 2012 – such as frames, lenses or contacts – you should consider enrolling in the voluntary Vision Plan administered by Marsh through United HealthCare. More...

Tags: Annual Enrollment, Vision

Rate Relief Update – for Employees Earning $40,000 or Less

The university gives everyone a flat amount of $900 tax-free, in Benefit Dollars for the year. For employees who earn a full-time equivalent salary of $40,000 or less in 2012, the university will also provide an additional $300 per year in Benefit Dollars for Rate Relief. More...

Tags: Annual Enrollment, Cost of Coverage

Flexible Spending Accounts Don’t Roll Over

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) help you save money by allowing you to deduct tax-free dollars from your pay to cover certain health and dependent care expenses you incur during the year. You must enroll each year during Annual Enrollment to renew your participation in these accounts. Your contribution selections for 2011 will not roll over. More...

Tags: Flexible Spending Accounts, Annual Enrollment

Make Time for a Retirement Check-Up This Fall

Are you worried about the current volatility in the financial markets and wondering if you’ll ever save enough money to retire? Here are five things you can do now to maximize your retirement savings: More...

Tags: Retirement, Annual Enrollment

Prudential Now Offering Electronic Statements

If you participate in the Support Staff Pension Plan, you may now choose to receive your annual statement electronically from Prudential Retirement. To begin receiving your annual statement electronically, follow the easy steps below. More...

Tags: Retirement