Medicare Advantage; Non-Medicare Retirees Medical.
Medicare Advantage; Non-Medicare Retirees Medical. Open to all State employees (view details) Choice of traditional pre-tax or Roth after-tax contributions (or both) 2023 contributions up to 22,500; additional 7,500 ("Age 50 catch-up") and up to 45,000 in "special three-year catch-up" (see Plan Highlights for details).
Retirement - Tier I Summary Plan Description. . .
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Enrollment Form (CO-931H) Designation of Beneficiary Form (CO-999) All full time employees other than those on F and J visas are covered by a retirement system offered by the State of Connecticut. Sen.
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The State of Connecticut utilizes an approved managed care program for the delivery of medical services for injured State employees. Retirement Services Division. Medicare Advantage; Non-Medicare Retirees Medical. Jan 24, 2023. Sen. A.
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(The purpose of this form is to start the processing of your retirement forms for your intended retirement date once you have.