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TAX SAVINGS PLANS 2017

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Participating in a tax savings program is a great way of saving money, by putting money aside tax-free throughout the year and then later using those dollars to pay for your common every day health care and dependent care needs.

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WORDS TO KNOW (pdf): a list of commonly used words and definitions relating to your tax savings programs.

 

TAX SAVINGS PLANS

Dartmouth offers four different types of tax savings programs that eligible employees can participate in.  In some cases Dartmouth may contribute money into the plan, and in other cases, you may also contribute:

AskALEX is a great tool to help you better understand how these programs work with your health plan.  We suggest you start here.


AskALEX

 

 

EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION

Depending on the health plan you choose in 2017, Dartmouth College may make a contribution into a tax savings account in your name. It is important that you understand how these plans work, in order to maximize your cost savings, and utilize the Dartmouth contributions provided.

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EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTION

Depending on the health plan you choose in 2017, you too may be eligible to may make a contribution into a tax savings account. This is money that you put aside, each pay period on a pre-tax basis, that you later use to pay for eligible medical expenses. It is important that you understand how these plans work, in order to maximize your cost savings, and access your funds.

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Last Updated: 11/11/16