What to do

Annual enrollment is your once-a-year chance to enroll in or make changes to these core benefits and confirm critical information.

1. Consider your choices

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Medical

Review your medical coverage.

The Cigna Select PPO includes pharmacy benefits, which include preferred and non-preferred generic and brand  medications and supplies. Prescriptions can be filled at retail pharmacies or by mail order. Your prescription costs are based on the type of medication and the medical plan you are enrolled in.

Take a look at the FY’23 plan snapshot to see what the plan covers and how much you’ll pay for services.

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Dental

Review your dental coverage.

Review the Aetna PPO Dental Plan, which includes coverage for a range of dental treatments, including preventive care, basic-level dental services, and major and orthodontic care services.

Take a look at the FY’23 plan snapshot to see what the plan covers and how much you’ll pay for services.

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Vision

Learn more about the vision plan provided through VSP.

Vision Service Plan (VSP) has the most extensive network of optometrists and vision care specialists in the country. When you choose a VSP provider, you pay only a $10 copay for your annual exam. The plan provides $200 for frames and covers lenses at 100%, or $300 for contact lenses, every 12 months.

For more information, view the FY’23 plan snapshot.

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Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)

Consider whether you want to enroll—or reenroll—in the Health Care or Dependent Care FSA.

Health Care FSA

The Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) saves you money, because you can pay for eligible health care expenses with tax-free dollars. You decide how much to contribute to your Health Care FSA—from $26 to $2,850 per year. Your full contribution is available for you to use at the start of the fiscal year, and your contribution is deducted from your paycheck, pretax, throughout the year. Keep in mind that you must use your account balance by the end of the fiscal year (August 1–July 31), or it will be forfeited.

Dependent Care FSA

You can use the Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay for child care, school holiday care, and summer camps until your child’s 13th birthday, or beyond your child’s 13th birthday if he or she is disabled. You can contribute $26 to $5,000 per fiscal year, on a pretax basis. Remember that you must use your account balance before the end of the fiscal year (August 1–July 31), or it will be forfeited.

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Legal insurance

If you’re not already enrolled, consider whether you want to enroll in legal insurance.

With ARAG UltimateAdvisor® legal insurance, you can access a nationwide network of attorneys who can advise and represent you if you’re dealing with a rental dispute, a traffic ticket, adoption proceedings, a home purchase, or other situations in which you could use legal guidance. You can also call a network attorney for unlimited legal advice on preparing wills, trusts, and other personal documents. Plus, ARAG offers many elder care services to support you and your parents, as well as specialized services to support the LGBTQ community.

Legal insurance also includes identity theft protection, which tracks your credit activity or online identity, notifies you immediately of suspicious activity, and provides insurance coverage in restoring your identity. To be covered by identity theft protection, you must set up your profile on the ARAG identity theft website to activate your service.

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Life and accident insurance

Assess whether your current life and accident coverage provides you with a comfortable safety net.

Intuit provides you with basic life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance in the amount of $50,000. You can also purchase optional spouse/domestic partner life insurance in $25,000 increments, up to $50,000, and child life insurance coverage of $25,000. During annual enrollment, you can increase your current optional life insurance coverage by $50,000 and your spouse/domestic partner life insurance by $25,000 without Evidence of Insurability (EOI).

2. Enroll June 13–24

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Visit the Alight website to enroll in or make changes to your benefits.

Review and confirm these items.

Dependent SSNs
Confirm that your dependents’ Social Security numbers are correct. These numbers are required for tax reporting.

Life insurance beneficiaries
Review and, if necessary, update your life insurance beneficiaries. You are the beneficiary of the life insurance that you purchase for your family.

Enroll by June 24: online until 8:59 p.m. PT or by phone until 6 p.m. PT

Remember to print or save your confirmation statement.

Changes you make are effective August 1, 2022–July 31, 2023.

If you don’t take action
If you don’t take action during annual enrollment, your current benefit elections—except for your HSA and Health Care and Dependent Care FSAs—will continue. Remember, you can’t change your benefits during the year unless you have a family status change, such as getting married or having a baby.

3. Maximize your benefits

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Use these tips to make the most of your medical benefits.

  • Take advantage of free preventive care. All the medical plans cover in-network preventive care at 100%.
  • Get care quickly and save money by using telemedicine for minor illnesses. There’s no cost (after deductible).
  • Use the mail-order prescription service for maintenance medications. You can get a larger supply for a lower cost than at a retail pharmacy. And your medication is delivered to your home.
  • Use in-network providers. They’ve agreed to charge less. You’ll pay less when you get care in-network, because your deductibles, copays, and coinsurance are lower than if you visit out-of-network providers. To find in-network providers, go to the medical plan’s website.

Get an overview of the medical, dental and vision plans for FY’23.

Additional benefits

Intuit is pleased to offer you a wide range of benefit programs to support your and your family’s well-being. Explore Intuit’s generous time-off programs, which include vacation, disability and parental leaves, and comprehensive mental health resources and tools. Visit expert.intuitbenefits.com for more information.

(Note: The site will reflect FY’23 changes described here beginning August 1, 2022.)