1The new mental health enhancements are available only to employees and eligible dependents enrolled in the Firm’s medical plan through Cigna or UnitedHealthcare. Employees, their spouses/partners and children under the age of 26 who do not participate in the Firm’s Medical Plan or who are enrolled through Kaiser or HMSA will continue to be eligible for 16 free sessions with Lyra mental health therapists or coaches, per person, per year.
2The lifetime maximum for fertility services is increasing from $30,000 to $75,000. While the increased maximum of $75k is available only to employees and eligible dependents in the Firm’s medical plan through Cigna or UnitedHealthcare, the adoption and surrogacy benefit is available to all benefits-eligible employees. If you have previously used the fertility, adoption or surrogacy benefits, any amounts you received will count against the new $75,000 lifetime maximum.
3For unused 2021 FSA funds to carry over, you must reenroll for the same type of account for 2022 during benefits enrollment. Note: If you carried over unused FSA funds from 2020, you must use them by December 31, 2021, and submit a request for reimbursement by April 30, 2022; any unused funds remaining after 2021 claims are processed will be carry over to 2022 to pay for 2022 expenses.
4Eligible care and screenings vary whether you elect Accident or Critical Illness coverage through Aflac.