Open Enrollment for benefits ends Oct. 31
Open Enrollment ends October 31. Take the time to review your enrollment materials and make your elections for benefits coverage in 2018.
- If you are enrolled for health coverage under the State Health Plan, you and your eligible dependents will be automatically enrolled in the 70/30 Plan. If you want to enroll in the 80/20 Plan, you must actively enroll through eEnroll during Open Enrollment.
- If you want to reduce your premium under the 70/30 Plan or 80/20 Plan, you must complete the tobacco attestation by October 31, 2017.
- To avoid tax penalties, you will be required to obtain minimum essential coverage for 2018 as a result of Health Care Reform, either through a spouse’s plan, another qualifying plan or the Health Insurance Marketplace. See the Open Enrollment guide for more details.
- The Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) require re-enrollment every year, so if you want to participate in either or both of the FSAs, you must make your election during Open Enrollment.
- Review more detailed information about 2018 benefit options.
Log on to the eEnroll website and click “Get Started.”
You will not be able to make benefit elections for 2018 outside of Open Enrollment unless you experience a change in family status or other qualifying event.
Reserve your spot in the Benefits Enrollment Lab offered Oct. 17, 18 and 20.
Contact: Marcie Rowdy
Updated: Sept. 27, 2017