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Moscow, ID 83844-4332
Phone: (208) 885-3697
Toll Free: (800) 646-6174
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Benefit Plan Changes

To comply with the Health Care Reform law as well as maintain quality healthcare solutions for eligible employees, the University will be implementing few benefit plan changes for 2014. Be sure to visit the link below and check out the video on this page for more information on healthcare reform and the Non-Board Appointed Employee Medical Plan. 

  • Health Savings Account (HSA)

    HSA (Health Savings Account) contribution limits for 2014


    If you enroll for … 2014 HSA Contribution Amounts
     You may save
    up to …
    The University will contribute up to …
    Employee Only coverage $2,800
    (Contribute $1,000 to receive the full University matching contribution)
    $500
    ($0.50 for every $1.00 contributed)
    “Family” coverage in one of the following coverage tiers:
    – Employee + Spouse or Other Eligible Adult*
    – Employee + Child
    – Employee + Children
    – Employee + Spouse + Child(ren)
    $5,550
    (Contribute $2,000 to receive the full University matching contribution)
    $1,000
    ($0.50 for every $1.00 contributed)
    If you are age 55 or over in 2014, you can save an additional $1,000 in catch-up contributions.
    *An individual on a family plan with an Other Eligible Adult may contribute up to $5,550, however
    Employee HSA funds may not be used for an Other Eligible Adult as they do not qualify as tax dependents
    under current federal tax law. However, an Other Eligible Adult may open their own HSA account.

The Affordable Care Act & You

Important Healthcare Reform and Exchange Information More