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Helping you meet your health care needs
If you are an existing FedEx employee, you and your covered spouse can each earn an extra
$100 credit/contribution toward your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) or Health
Savings Account (HSA) for 2024 if you enroll in an eligible FedEx medical plan option
administered by UHC (including the Type 2 Diabetes option but excluding the new Your
Choice option) or Kaiser (except Kaiser SFO). To be eligible for the earned credit, you
must watch this video by the end of enrollment and be enrolled in an eligible medical
plan option on January 1, 2024. If enrolled in an HSA medical plan option, your Health
Savings Account must be open and active on January 1, 2024, to receive the earned contribution.
After watching the video, you and your covered spouse will be asked to acknowledge that you
watched the video. Optum Financial, the HRA and HSA administrator for FedEx, will deposit the
appropriate credit into your HRA for 2024 if you are enrolled in a medical plan option with
an HRA. If you are enrolled in an HSA-eligible medical plan option, Optum Financial will fund
the appropriate amount into your HSA for 2024, provided you have opened your account.
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Earned credits/contributions will be $100 for each employee and covered spouse who enroll in an
eligible medical plan option and watch and acknowledge the video by November 2, 2023.
The new Your Choice option does not come with an account. If you enroll in this option, you are
not eligible for the earned HRA credits or HSA contributions provided by FedEx.
A catch-up period will be available in early 2024 for new enrollees.
New enrollees eligible for the catch-up period include employees and/or spouses added
to the plan during the 2024 Annual Benefits Enrollment period and new hires enrolled
in 2024 benefits. New enrollees must also be eligible for FedEx medical benefits in
2023 to be eligible for this catch-up period.