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Important Dates!

401k Deadline Apr. 30
 
Apr. 30 Deadlines (?)
TimePro Deadline Apr. 22
DD/W4 Deadline Apr. 22
 
May 15 Deadlines (?)
TimePro Deadline Apr. 30
401k Deadline May 1
TimePro Deadline May 7
DD/W4 Deadline May 7
 

HealthyReturns
Time is Running Out to Register for Get Fit on Route 66!

Mar. 26, 2014

You and your covered spouses/domestic partners have until March 28 to register for Get Fit on Route 66, a six-week, self-paced, physical activity campaign. You must complete the 2,448-mile trek and complete the post-assessment to earn the $100 Take Action incentive. Get Fit on Route 66 begins on March 31 and ends on May 9. Get Fit on Route 66 is one of the three options you have to be eligible for the $100 take action incentive for HealthyReturns.

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Improve Your Finances, Improve Your Health

Mar. 20, 2014

New York Life will be providing a series of education resources to help you learn more about financial wellness. This information includes live webinars, e-learning videos and more. As part of this financial wellness campaign, you will be provided with ongoing information throughout the year, to help you learn more about this important lifestyle topic.

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Flexible Spending Account Claim Deadline

Mar. 12, 2014

Flexible Spending Account claims for 2013 expenses must be submitted to PayFlex no later than March 31, 2014. Don't forget, you cannot use your PayFlex debit card to pay for 2013 expenses.

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A Good Night’s Sleep

Everyone likes a good night’s sleep, but did you know that getting enough sleep can play a key role in your health?

Besides causing car crashes and other types of accidents, lack of sleep is believed to play a part in illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity and depression.

 

More than one in four people in the United States say they occasionally don’t get the sleep they need. Nearly 10 percent have ongoing insomnia. Here are some tips to help you get the rest you need: