Bottom line, if you do nothing, as per usual, expect to pay more. But with a little hustle you can pay much less.
Federal health insurance premiums will see a moderate increase next year, but the president's payroll tax deferral makes calculating next year's paycheck all the more tough.
Participants in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) can expect to pay, on average, 4.9% more for their health insurance in 2021. Participants may pay more or less depending on the options they choose.
The Office of Personnel Management has added a few new dental and vision insurance options for federal employees ahead of the upcoming open season.
The end of the federal health insurance open season is just days away but by now most people in the 30-plus plans and options have made their decision.
Does your bucket list include actively participating in the annual federal health insurance open season? Probably not.
The money you save, without losing any benefits or coverage, could be enough to buy you a new car next year — half a car, anyhow.
You can’t be covered by any of the FEHBP plans unless you were enrolled in one — as in paying premiums — for the five years prior to retirement.
Health premiums can be hefty. Yet with all the choices in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program there is no reason someone should pay more than necessary.
Interested in a health plan that would give you $1,000 to $2,000 a year for staying healthy?
The web issue will not be fixed by the end of open season on Dec. 9. The other two options are to enroll by phone or mail.
With 10 working days to go until the health insurance open season ends, the $2,000-to-$3,000 question to ask is are you in the right Federal Employees Health Benefits Program plan?
Don’t be wedded to your current, traditional plan just because you’ve been with it for years.
Savvy single federal workers looking for both love and a low-cost health plan can kill two birds with one stone during the health insurance open season. With careful planning and a little luck, they may…