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Vol 57 No. 16 : Sept. 1, 2005
Vol 57 No. 16 | Sept. 1, 2005

CalPERS Premium Reimbursements

Effective July 1, a new regulatory change limited CalPERS premium reimbursements to six months for members whose ineligibility isn’t reported within that time. After six months, members may be required to reimburse their employers for premiums that continued to flow to a CalPERS health plan for the late deletion of an ineligible dependent.

Here are some typical reportable life events that may require you to delete ineligible dependents or make other changes to your health coverage:

  • Divorce resulting in a dependent no longer being eligible for CalPERS health coverage
  • Leave of absence or a job change, such as termination or reduction of hours to less than half-time
  • A change in a dependent’s status such as a transfer of custody or the marriage of an enrolled child prior to age 23

To report such changes in your eligibility status, notify the Office of Employee Benefits and Staff Human Resources within 60 days of the event. The office is located in Room 335 in Brotman Hall.

If you have a dependent enrolled on your plan who is no longer eligible, contact the Office of Employee Benefits and Staff Human Resources immediately. If you are unsure who is listed as a covered dependent on your health plan, you can go online to: my.csulb.edu, and retrieve your enrollment data.

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