Open Season

Open Season and tax savings

Spending a few hours reviewing your options for 2024, may save you a few hundred or even a few thousand dollars next year.

An Open Season checklist for active federal employees

Tips for saving money on health care and to help guide you through the process of choosing a plan in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

Medicare Part D is coming to an FEHB plan near you

The prescription drug benefit is being automatically added to many of the FEHB program options for the 2024 plan year.

What federal annuitants need to know about Medicare Part D for 2024

This upcoming Open Season will be one of the most important in recent years for annuitants to evaluate their existing plan against those that offer Part D coverage.

FEHB: Here’s what’s new for Open Season 2024

Expanded infertility coverage and increased premiums are among some of the changes federal employees can expect during Open Season this year.

A closer look at 2024 Federal Employee Health Benefits premiums

Wondering how the increase might impact your FEHB plan choice? We’ll walk you through it.

Federal workers will pay 7.7% more towards health insurance premiums in 2024

Next year, the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program will feature new coverage of anti-obesity medication, as well as expanded access to mental health, assistive reproductive technology and gender-affirming care.

Dental and vision benefits are now open to many part-time, temporary and seasonal federal employees

A rule finalized Tuesday makes nearly 200,000 additional federal employees, including postal workers, eligible to enroll in the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program.

GovExec Daily: More Open Season Tips for Feds and Annuitants

Kevin Moss joins the podcast to talk about health care options.

An Open Season Checklist for Federal Annuitants

For starters, make sure you check if your premium is increasing, so you’re not caught off guard next year.

An Open Season Checklist for Federal Employees

With the largest premium increase in the last 10 years, federal employees should consider whether their existing health insurance plan is still the best fit.

Why Every Active Federal Employee Should Consider a Flexible Spending Account

You can contribute pre-tax dollars for qualified health care expenses, among other things.

A Closer Look at 2023 Federal Employee Health Benefits Premiums

Wondering how the increase might impact your FEHB plan choice? We’ll walk you through it.

Federal Employees Will Pay 8.7% More Toward Health Care Premiums Next Year

The Office of Personnel Management said increased use of health care services as the COVID-19 pandemic has waned has led to the sharpest uptick in health insurance premiums in more than a decade.