May 9-27, 2022
Why Open Enrollment Matters
- It’s an opportunity to review what benefits you have and verify you and the right family members are covered.
- It’s also a reminder to update personal information: name, address, phone number, dependents, beneficiaries, etc.
- Outside of open enrollment you can ONLY make changes if you have a qualifying event (such as marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child, or loss of other coverage).
- Any coverage cancelled at this year’s open enrollment cannot be added back until next year’s open enrollment
Changes made during this enrollment period will take effective September 1.
REMEMBER: The Annual Enrollment Period is the only time you are able to make changes to your benefits. Changes outside of this timeframe are only permitted if you experience a Qualified Event outlined by the IRS. If you should experience a Qualified Event, you have 30 days from the Event Date to make a change to your benefits.