Here are tips from an expert on the federal employee health insurance program (FEHB) on how federal employees can save money by learning more about the program.
Many of our users have been wondering if the new Self Plus One option will save them money over the family option next year. FedSmith.com has put together an analysis of FEHB premiums to quickly compare the costs between the two options for the various plans in the FEHB to help you determine if you will save money with this new option.
Expanded eligibility has been announced for applying for coverage under the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP). The change will be effective on November 30th.
Are you considering enrolling in the new Self Plus One option under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program this open season? New guidance from the Office of Personnel Management outlines the differences in annuitant rules between the Self Plus One and Self Plus Family coverage options.
Are you a federal employee covered under FEHB and planning to retire at the end of 2015? If so, this new memo from the Office of Personnel Management has some important information you will want to know about.
Has your health insurance company dropped out of the federal program or changed in some other way that will require you to take action during the upcoming open season? Here is a listing of the plans that have dropped out and a few other changes that will impact some FEHB participants.
In addition to the regular open season, OPM has announced a limited enrollment period for enrolling in the new self plus one program (with restrictions).