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Medical Program

  • There have been no changes to the medical plan designs (copayments, coinsurance, etc.) for Aetna Plans 1, 2, and 3 for 2020.
  • Contributions for medical coverage are based on the medical program you elect and the number of people you enroll. The contributions have changed from 2019 to 2020 so it is important for you to review the 2020 medical contributions.
  • The Aetna Plan 4 deductible is increasing to $1,400/individual and $2,800/family
  • Coverage for gender reassignment surgery has been added to the Aetna medical plans
  • Voluntary Vision Care Plan has been added to the benefit programs

Dental Program

Contributions for dental coverage are based on the dental program you elect and the number of people you enroll. The contributions for active employees have not changed from 2019 to 2020.

Voluntary Vision Care Plan

Voluntary Vision Care Plan has been added to the benefit programs.

Reimbursement Accounts

The 2020 Reimbursement Account limits are indicated below:

  • The Health Care Reimbursement Account limit for 2020 is $2,750 per year (expected, but not yet final)
  • You cannot be enrolled in both the Health Care Reimbursement Account and the Health Savings Account (HSA). The HSA is part of the Aetna Plan 4 High Deductible Health Plan.
  • The Health Savings Account (HSA) limit for 2020 is $ 3,050/individual or $ 6,100./family (excludes BSA's contribution)
  • The Dependent Day Care Reimbursement Account limit for 2020 is $5,000 per year (or $2,500 if you are married and file separate income tax returns).
  • The Transit Commuter Reimbursement Account limit for 2020 is $3,240 per year, but no more than $270/month.
  • The Parking Reimbursement Account limit for 2020 is $ 3,240. per year, but no more than $ 270/month

Other Programs

The annual limit for the maximum contribution that can be made to the 401(k) plan for 2019 is $19,000. And, if you are age 50 or older, you may contribute an additional $6,000 for catch-up contributions (this is unchanged from last year). You can enroll in the 401(k) Plan at any time. You can make changes to the amount you contribute once per month.

There have been no changes to the life, Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D), long term disability and vacation buy plans.