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October meetings will explain changes in DMBA health, thrift plans

Important changes to the DMBA medical/dental plans as well as to the thrift plan (withdrawals, matching contributions, before-tax contribution limits, etc.) will take effect Jan. 1, 2004. Please consider attending a meeting to learn how the changes will affect you.

Meetings will be held in the Varsity Theater, Conference Center or 3228 WSC beginning Oct. 1 and continuing through Oct. 30. You will find the meeting schedule at: http://www.byu.edu/hr/benefits/news.html.

Each meeting will last approximately one hour and will include a presentation by DMBA representatives.

Please remember that all changes to your medical/dental plan must be finalized by midnight on Nov. 14. The deadline to enroll in the Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for 2004 is midnight on Friday, Dec. 5; no exceptions will be made this year to the deadline. Enrollment in an FSA plan is not automatic, even if you have been participating during the current year.

For more information, contact Benefits Services, D-240 ASB, ext. 2-4716.

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