New and Improved!

We are pleased to offer you a special opportunity to enroll for additional Life insurance for the 2019 open enrollment period. The new benefits are:

  • The new plan maximum is $500,000 of coverage!
  • Coverage up to $100,000 without evidence of insurability (EOI)! *Evidence of insurability requires you to answer medical questions for underwriting to review for approval/denial
  • Coverage for your spouse and dependent child(ren)!
  • One premium covers all your children!
  • Portability – you and your dependents can continue coverage with MetLife after leaving

Active employment! Your personalized enrollment material has been mailed by MetLife.

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Other Perks include access to MetLife Advantages with no additional cost:

  • Will Preparation Services
  • Grief Counseling
  • Estate Resolution Services
  • Total Control Account
  • WillsCenter.com
  • Delivering the Promise
  • Funeral Assistance
  • Transition Solutions

To enroll, complete the open enrollment form you received from MetLife and return it in the envelope provided. 

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Do my spouse and I need to sign up for Medicare?

When you or your spouse becomes eligible for Medi­care, you should enroll in Medicare Parts A and B. For most people, enrollment in Medicare Part A is automatic (there is no premium) when you start receiving benefits from Social Security. You should sign up for Medicare Part B with the Social Security office three months before turning 65. Your monthly premium to Medicare for Part B will be deducted from your Social Security check.

When you become eligible, you are not required to enroll in Medicare Part B, but benefits will be paid by the Plan as if you are enrolled. This means that, if you do not enroll, you or your spouse will have higher expenses because you will be responsible for paying for the benefits Medicare Part B would have covered. After you submit evidence of your Part B enrollment for yourself or your dependent, your HEALTH & WELFARE Plan premium will be reduced. For more information, visit the "If You Become Eligible for Medicare" section on the Life Events page.

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