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Important Dates!

401k Deadline Feb. 28
 
Mar. 15 Deadlines (?)
401k Deadline Feb. 26
TimePro Deadline Feb. 28
TimePro Deadline Mar. 5
DD/W4 Deadline Mar. 5
 
Mar. 31 Deadlines (?)
401k Deadline Mar. 12
TimePro Deadline Mar. 18
TimePro Deadline Mar. 23
DD/W4 Deadline Mar. 23
 

Good to KnowImportant Information About Measles Prevention

Feb. 23, 2015

The recent news of a measles outbreak at a theme park in California - and increased number of cases in Illinois - is generating a lot of discussion online and in the media. Here is what you need to know to be informed.

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Update on Anthem Data Breach

Feb. 18, 2015

Anthem, Inc., the largest of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans, disclosed on Feb. 4 that hackers had breached its database that stores employee and customer data.

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Good to KnowEight Ways to Put Back Pain Behind You

Feb. 11, 2015

Only one-in-four Americans escapes an episode of back pain. Your back can go out when you twist around, garden, try to lift or move something ― or for no apparent reason at all.

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Anthem Data Breach: Communication from BCBSIL

Feb. 6, 2015

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois (BCBSIL) has provided information about the Anthem data breach. They are researching the issue to determine if there has been any potential impact to BCBSIL members.’

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Flexible Spending Account Claim Deadline

Feb. 5, 2015

Flexible Spending Account claims for 2014 expenses must be submitted to PayFlex no later than March 31, 2015. Don't forget, you cannot use your PayFlex debit card to pay for 2014 expenses. Review these reimbursement reminders and documentation tips.

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Do you know your risk factors? 

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States. The biggest factors that contribute to heart disease are smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, family history and age. While you can’t control your family history and age, you can control the remaining risk factors by making healthy lifestyle changes. Ask your doctor for advice to help you avoid potential heart-health problems.