Selecting benefits for 2020

Your Employer Agreement for 2020 will be available on Benefits Connect July 15 through October 11, 2019. Annually you have this opportunity to review, select, and change your benefits offerings for the following year. Log on to Benefits Connect during this time period to make your selections and review costs. 

Eligibility and costs

As you make decisions about benefits, review eligibility guidelines and cost information. 

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Review cost information 
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How we serve more

We are dedicated to serving 65,000 Benefits Plan participants with professional expertise and compassionate care.  

Our commitment to service excellence is a defining characteristic of what we do. We are honored to provide benefits — a call that we take seriously. Part of our value can be found in the administrative resources and personalized service support we provide throughout the year.

How we serve better 


Plan design that reflects our values


A culture and tradition of service

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Stability of costs year over year


Commitment to wholeness and well-being
      

Benefits to meet your needs 

Select plans and options to build a comprehensive benefits package for your employees.
 

Medical

  • All three coverage options — a preferred provider organization (PPO), an exclusive provider organization (EPO), and a qualified high deductible health plan (HDHP) — feature generous preventive care and prescription drug benefits, a telemedicine option, and Call to Health, our online well-being program.

Dental

  • This benefit provides coverage for a wide range of basic and major services and orthodontic treatment, saving members money on dental care and helping to support overall health and well-being. 

Vision eyewear coverage

  • Members can save hundreds of dollars every year on the cost of eyeglasses or contacts and more through this low-cost benefit. 

Flexible spending accounts

  • Participants can save on eligible healthcare and dependent care expenses by setting aside pretax dollars in a flexible spending account. Healthcare FSAs can be used to pay for eligible healthcare expenses, such as deductibles, copays, and prescription drugs. Dependent care FSAs can be used to pay for eligible child and elder care expenses.

Pension Plan

  • The Pension Plan is a means for income security in retirement. Participants receive guaranteed monthly income throughout retirement, funded through employer dues and investment earnings. 

Death and Disability Plan 

  • This plan offers peace of mind and income security through death and disability benefits, as well as supplemental coverage.

Group term life coverage

  • This provides employees not offered the Death and Disability Plan with the security that comes from knowing their loved ones will have coverage. This low-cost group term life coverage is not age-rated, and no evidence of insurability is required. 

Retirement Savings Plan

  • The Retirement Savings Plan of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), a 403(b)(9) plan, can help participants build savings and achieve long-term retirement goals. When you offer this plan to your employees, you provide them with a savings tool — with both tax-deferred and Roth after-tax contribution features — that can help them live with greater financial security in retirement.

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Need help?

The Board of Pensions is here to answer any questions about selecting benefits and to help you make the best choices for you and your employees. If you have questions or need assistance, call us at 800-773-7752 (800-PRESPLAN) and ask for the Employer Services team.