Find answers to common questions and eligibility requirements below
Premium Only Plans (POPs) are cafeteria plans without a flexible spending arrangement. Premium Only Plans only cover premiums.
Federal regulations say that employee elections must be made during an annual open enrollment period, within a specified period of time following date of hire, or the date an employee first becomes eligible under the plan.
No. However, if an employee chooses not to participate, any premium contributions they make toward health care coverage will be on an after-tax basis.
Yes. The Health Reform Law allows employers to exclude one or more of the following classes of employees:
Employees may only participate in one Section 125 POP plan. Employees working for two or more employers must select one employer’s plan.