Emeriti® Program, selecting the investment manager for employer and voluntary employee contributions, and providing these and other impersonal educational materials to plan participants. Emeriti does not provide advice to participants about their individual investment selections. The participation interests in the voluntary employee contribution VEBA trusts associated with the Emeriti plans (the “Interests”) may be treated as securities under various state securities laws. The offering of these Interests is subject to compliance with any applicable state law. For residents of Georgia, the Interests are being offered in reliance on paragraph 13 of Code Section 10-5-9 of the Georgia Securities Act of 1973, as amended (the “Georgia Act”). The Interests may not be sold or transferred except in a transaction which is exempt under the Georgia Act or pursuant to an effective registration under the Georgia Act. For residents of California, the Interests are being offered in reliance on section 25102(a) of the California Securities Act of 1968, as amended (the “California Act”). The Interests have not been qualified with the Commissioner of Corporations of the state of California and the issuance of the Interests or the payment or receipt of any consideration therefore prior to their qualification is unlawful, unless any of the exemptions in sections 25100, 25102 or 25105 of the California Act applies. The rights of all parties in respect to the Interests is expressly conditioned on the qualification being obtained, unless one of the above-mentioned exemptions. It is your responsibility to select and monitor your investments to make sure they continue to reflect your financial situation, risk tolerance and time horizon. Most investment professionals suggest that you reexamine your investment strategy at least annually or when your situation changes. In addition, you may want to consult an investment adviser regarding your specific situation.
This website is intended to provide you with a summary of some of the details of your employer’s Emeriti Plan and the Emeriti Program generally. It is not a summary plan description (“SPD”) and does not summarize all the terms of your employer’s Emeriti Plan. For a full summary of the terms of your employer’s Emeriti Plan, you must consult the SPD, which will be provided to you by your employer upon enrollment or upon request.
The full name of Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions is The Emeriti Consortium for Retirement Health Solutions, an Illinois Not-for Profit Corporation.
This material is for informational purposes only and is neither an offer of coverage nor medical advice. It contains only a partial, general description of plan benefits or programs and does not constitute a contract. Aetna arranges for the provision of health care services. However, Aetna itself is not a provider of health care services, and therefore, cannot guarantee any results or outcomes. The availability of a plan or program may vary by geographic service area and by plan design. These plans contain exclusions and some benefits are subject to limitations or visit maximums. Consult the plan documents to determine governing contractual provisions, including procedures, exclusions and limitations relating to each plan. While this material is believed to be accurate as of the print date, it is subject to change.
Many drugs are subject to rebate arrangements between Aetna and the manufacturer of the drugs. Aetna receives rebates from the manufacturer of many drugs. These rebates do not reduce the amount you pay for an individual prescription drug. However, they help control the overall costs of prescription drug coverage.
You can find out more about the terms and limitations of your plan by reading your plan documents. You can also contact Aetna Member Services.
Interests in any retiree healthcare plan discussed herein are offered solely by the employer.
Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) will provide services to the plan and may issue plan communications on behalf of the plan sponsor, in its capacity as a plan recordkeeper.
TIAA Individual & Institutional Services, LLC serves as a broker-dealer with respect to underlying mutual funds only, and does not offer, market or sell interests in such plans or otherwise provide broker-dealer services with respect to the interests in such plans.
TIAA products may be subject to market and other risk factors. See the applicable product literature, or visit tiaa-cref.org for details. Investment, insurance and annuity products are not FDIC insured, are not bank guaranteed, are not deposits, are not insured by any federal government agency, are not a condition to any banking service or activity, and may lose value.
Emeriti, TIAA, CBIZ Savitz, Aetna Life Insurance Company, and HealthPartners are independent corporations and are not legally affiliated. The full name of Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions is The Emeriti Consortium for Retirement Health Solutions, an Illinois Nonprofit Corporation. Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions is not an insurance company, insurance broker or insurance provider.
The tax information contained herein is not intended to be used, and cannot be used by any taxpayer, for the purpose of avoiding tax penalties that may be imposed on the taxpayer. It was written to support the promotion of the products and services addressed herein. Taxpayers should seek advice based on their own particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.