more open enrollment suggestions U.S.-payroll employees
- Don't miss the deadline to earn 1,000 points for reduced medical premiums next year.
- List of activities
- Manage my points (WebMD)
- Learn about health rewards
If you enrolled a new dependent in your health plan(s) during open enrollment, you have 60 days to provide documents to verify that your dependents are eligible to participate. Learn more.
check your beneficiaries
A beneficiary is a person or trust that receives certain benefits upon your death. Have you reviewed them recently to be sure they’re still accurate? Review your designations on BenefitConnect.
all about ID cards
Everything you need to know about ID cards and special purpose debit cards for Chevron health plans.
group auto & home
Learn about and apply for Group Auto and Home insurance.
long term care
Learn about and apply for Long Term Care insurance, if desired.
get your flu shot
If you haven't already, find out the options you have to get your flu shot this season.
what's next with benefitwallet HSA?
If you already have an account
If you already have a BenefitWallet health savings account (HSA) account this year, there’s nothing more you need to do to receive the company contribution for next year.
If this is your first time to enroll
If you enrolled in the BenefitWallet HSA on the BenefitConnect website for the first time during open enrollment, generally, this is all you need to do to enroll in and open your HSA. If more information is required, BenefitWallet will contact you. BenefitWallet will send information to you once your account opening is completed and you can create an account on the website at that time. The first account funding cycle for the new year generally occurs at the end of January. This means your employee contributions and any applicable company contribution will not appear in your account as of January 1. Contact BenefitWallet if you have questions.
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