What’s new for FY’23
Exciting news: For the second year, Intuit is covering 100% of the cost increases for FY’23. As a result, we’re keeping your medical paycheck costs flat, reducing your dental and vision paycheck costs, and eliminating spousal and tobacco surcharges.
We’re also excited to introduce several new programs and enhancements in FY’23 to support your emotional health, provide additional family benefits, and help you save on health care. Unless otherwise noted, all changes take effect August 1, 2022.
Refer to the FY’23 plan snapshot for a more detailed, side-by-side look at important plan features and covered services.
No increases to your paycheck costs
No increases in paycheck costs for medical and a reduction in paycheck costs for dental and vision
Intuit will continue to invest in your benefits in FY’23, holding your costs steady. In addition to keeping your medical paycheck costs flat, we’re removing the $100 spousal surcharge and we’ll no longer be applying tobacco surcharges. You will also see a decrease to your dental and vision paycheck costs. You can see your FY’23 biweekly paycheck costs in the FY’23 plan snapshot.
You can compare your paycheck costs from last year by logging into the Alight enrollment website.
Please note for FY’23 that the spousal surcharge will be going away, and the tobacco-free credit will now be automatically applied. For some, this means deductions will stay the same, and for others there may be a decrease.
More support for starting a family
There is no one path to parenthood, which is why Intuit is pleased to offer enhancements to the benefit plans that support your parenting journey—whichever path is right for you.
Virtual support for soon-to-be and new parents
Employees enrolled in any Intuit medical plan will have access to an exciting new family planning benefit through Maven, a digital health care platform that provides you and your spouse or domestic partner with free, unlimited access to holistic fertility support.
With Maven, you can get help with navigating preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum; fertility treatment, including IVF, IUI, and egg freezing; adoption; surrogacy; and returning to work after parental leave.
You’ll have access to on-demand virtual appointments with top-rated providers, including ob-gyns, mental health specialists, prenatal nutritionists, lactation consultants, and career coaches; your own Care Advocate who can provide personalized, one-on-one support; and a library of content tailored to your needs.
If you’re thinking about starting a family, be sure to enroll in an Intuit medical plan so you’ll have access to the family support benefits available through Maven.
Kaiser coverage for enhanced infertility treatment
To align with the coverage offered through the Cigna and UnitedHealthcare (UHC) plans, Kaiser will now cover testing and treatment for underlying infertility conditions, testing to determine the cause of infertility, and procedures to restore fertility, including artificial insemination, in vitro, GIFT, and ZIFT.
Lifetime max increase for fertility-related prescription drugs
Under the Cigna and UHC plans, the lifetime max for prescriptions that treat infertility and support elective egg freezing is increasing from $7,500 to $10,000.
Enhancements to your medical, dental, and vision care
Kaiser available in Georgia
We’re expanding our Kaiser network. If you live in Georgia, you’ll be able to enroll in the Kaiser medical plan.
Please note that Kaiser is an HMO in-network only plan. You will need to select a Kaiser primary care doctor to manage your health care. If you need to see a specialist, your primary care doctor must give you a referral. You pay a monthly premium and a copay when you seek care — making costs predictable and may lower your out-of-pocket costs (unless you see an out-of-network provider). Visit the Kaiser New Member website to learn more about the coverage, benefits, and resources available to you under the plan.
Contribute more to your Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA)
The annual maximum you can contribute to your Health Care FSA is increasing from $2,750 to $2,850. The max for the HSA is increasing from $3,600 (individual) and $7,200 (family) to $3,650 (individual) and $7,300 (family).
Dental enhancements: implants and fluoride treatments
Similar to the Aetna PPO plan, The Aetna DMO plan will now cover implants at 60% under major services.
Under the Aetna PPO Plan, topical fluoride treatments will be covered twice a year rather than once a year and tooth sealants and X-rays will be covered once every 2 years rather than once every 3 years. In addition, periapical will be covered under preventive services rather than basic services.
Vision enhancement: frame allowance increase
The allowance for computer glasses frames is increasing from $180 to $200, which now matches the allowance available for regular frames.
More ways to boost your emotional well-being
Enhanced Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Intuit is committed to making mental health a priority, which is why we’re excited to announce an enhanced EAP service with a new partner, Lyra Health. The Lyra mental health benefit provides several confidential support options, including therapy, coaching, and unlimited access to digital tools for you and your dependents. Lyra can help you navigate issues like stress, anxiety, depression, substance use, relationship challenges, and more.
Meet with top coaches and therapists via live video, live messaging, phone, or in person. Get matched to providers based on your particular needs, schedule appointments online, and track your symptoms and progress.
You, your spouse, and your dependents age two and older will have access to 12 coaching or therapy sessions per plan year, at no cost to you. After your free sessions are completed, Cigna and UnitedHealthcare medical plan members can continue seeing a Lyra therapist, at no cost to you, through the health plan.
More information about Lyra, including how to register for their services, will be available in August 2022.
If you are currently receiving care from an Optum EAP provider: Lyra Health will replace Optum as your EAP provider effective August 1, 2022. UHC medical plan members currently receiving care through the Optum EAP can continue to see their current provider through their medical plan or choose a new provider through Lyra. For all other members, care with Optum EAP counselors will end on August 1. Members have the option to choose a new provider under Lyra who can work with their previous provider to transition care.
No cost for in-network behavioral health office visits
The Cigna and UHC plans will pay 100% of the cost of in-network office visits for mental health and substance abuse therapy. For the Cigna Choice Fund with HSA, the plan pays 100% after you meet the deductible.
Increase to tuition reimbursement
More money to help you advance in your career
The annual reimbursement maximum for tuition-related expenses is increasing from $5,000 to $5,250. Learn more about Intuit’s tuition assistance program.
Extended COVID-19 testing, treatment, and time-off benefits
You’ll continue paying nothing for testing and treatment
We’re extending our 100% coverage* for COVID-19 testing and treatment. We’re also continuing no-cost Teledoc telemedicine visits through the end of FY’23.
Extension of Supplemental Sick Time and expanded Family Support Time
Supplemental Sick Time and the expanded Family Support Time benefits will also be available through December 31, 2022.
Reminders and important deadlines
Don’t miss these dates
Flexible spending accounts (FSAs): The money you contribute to a Health Care FSA, Limited Purpose Health Care FSA, or Dependent Care FSA does not roll over from year to year. You have until October 31—three months following the end of the plan year—to submit claims for reimbursement for expenses incurred from August 1, 2021 to July 31, 2022. Per IRS guidelines, you will forfeit any money left in your account after this time.
Well-being for Life Program reimbursement deadline: We want you to be healthy in all aspects of your life. If you’re a regular employee, you’re eligible to receive up to $1,300 per fiscal year to help defray the cost of expenses related to well-being for you and your family. With few exceptions, almost any expenses related to your physical, emotional, or financial well-being are eligible for reimbursement. You have until July 31, 2022 to file claims for FY‘22 expenses.