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Important Dates!

401k Deadline Nov. 26
 
Dec. 15 Deadlines (?)
401k Deadline Nov. 26
TimePro Deadline Nov. 30
TimePro Deadline Dec. 5
DD/W4 Deadline Dec. 5
 
Dec. 31 Deadlines (?)
401k Deadline Dec. 11
TimePro Deadline Dec. 15
TimePro Deadline Dec. 19
DD/W4 Deadline Dec. 19
 

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Reminder: Track Produce Servings for Eat for the Health of It by November 21!

Nov. 13, 2014

We hope you had fun learning about nutrition and finding ways to add more produce to your meals and snacks. The last day of the Eat for the Health of It campaign was Friday, Nov. 7. However, you have until Friday, Nov. 21 to finish tracking your fruit and vegetable servings.

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HealthyReturns Success Story: Meet Dana McCarty

Nov. 12, 2014

This HealthyReturns success story spotlights Dana McCarty, who is a Customer Relationship Specialist in Owensboro, KY.

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New Identity Theft Services for PayFlex Debit Cards

Nov. 3, 2014

MasterCard® recently added Identity Theft Resolution Services to all MasterCard debit cards. Since the PayFlex debit card is a MasterCard, you now have access to these services at no cost. This was identified by MasterCard as a benefit that consumers wanted to have on their debit card.

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Benefit Enrollment Process for Employees Hired October 16 - December 31, 2014

Oct. 30, 2014

If you were hired after October 16, you will need to complete a 2014 New Hire Enrollment Form and a 2015 New Hire Enrollment Form. When completing the New Hire Form, you will be able to indicate the plan year for each enrollment.

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Diabetes Tips

November is American Diabetes Month. Take a couple of minutes to learn what you can do to steer clear of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is one of the major causes of disability and death. But you can take small steps to lower your chances of getting this disease:

Learning about type 2 prevention can help you have more time to enjoy a healthy, productive life.