The SEBB Program’s annual open enrollment is from October 26 through November 23, 2020. The annual open enrollment is your opportunity to make any changes to your coverage. Open enrollment changes are effective January 1, 2021. Make changes or view your current coverage in SEBB My Account.
You are not required to make any changes to your health plans during open enrollment. If you choose not to make any changes, you will remain enrolled in your current health plans.
Please note, if you want a Flexible Spending Arrangement (FSA) or Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP), you must re-enroll every year at http://sebb.naviabenefits.com/.
Virtual Benefit Fairs
Visit and explore the virtual benefits fair to learn more about all the benefits available. You will find links to videos, webinars, and other information to help you choose the right plans for you and your dependents. Visit anytime and learn at your own pace.
Visit HCA’s Facebook page on Thursday, October 15 at 4 p.m. Learn about plan changes, get answers to your open enrollment questions and more.
Many of the SEBB Program carriers and vendors are hosting webinars (both recorded and live) throughout open enrollment. See the schedule and register.
ALEX is an interactive online benefits advisor, a virtual guide to helping you through the decision-making process. ALEX will ask you questions about how you use your coverage and and will recommend plans based on your needs. Try Ask ALEX here.
November 12, 2020 at 4:30 PM PDT
In this webinar, we will provide you an overview of:
- Retirement benefits and eligibility requirements
- What early retirement does to your benefits
- How do you qualify for disability, survivor, and spouse benefits
- How to use your Social Security online account and other online services
- What is the future of Social Security
- Understand how to receive the most from your benefit
Kirk Larson is the Washington Public Affairs Specialist for the Social Security Administration. He has worked with the agency for over 24 years in both technical and supervisory roles. Kirk has presented Social Security information in both the Seattle and San Francisco regions. He has had several articles published, and has appeared on TV and radio shows to discuss Social Security issues.
NOTE: To understand your own personal benefits, please open an online account before signing on to the webinar. The Social Security presentation will start with a review of the online statement. Please print and have your Benefit Statement with you for the webinar. You can view your work history and obtain estimates of your future benefits. Even if you are unable to attend, opening an account is the best option to understand your future benefits.
Go to www.socialsecurity.gov/myaccount/ and create an account