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Determine Which Plan is Best for You
Use the “Help Me Choose” tool within the
Guided Experience video to compare which medical plan offered by Farm Credit Foundations fits best for you and your family.
The Farm Credit Foundation Medical Plan is self-insured. This means your employer pays the majority of the cost of health care for employees enrolled in the medical plan. You share in that cost by what is taken out of each paycheck (called premiums or deductions) as well as what you pay when you go to the doctor, hospital, pharmacy, etc. (deductible or coinsurance).
To help control the rising cost of health care, it’s important for you to make informed, healthy decisions and use the plans effectively. As in prior years, the change in cost depends on your plan and coverage tier (Employee, Employee + Spouse or Family coverage).
For Domestic Partner coverage additional deduction codes will show in your earnings statement. The reason for this is you will be taxed on the imputed income and pay a portion of the coverage on an after‐tax basis.
The employers participating in the Farm Credit Foundation Benefit Plans voluntarily offer employees and their families extended medical, dental and vision coverage (called "Continuation Coverage") at group rates in certain instances where coverage under the group plans would otherwise end.
Farm Credit Services of Mid-America
Farm Credit Services of America
Former Eleventh District
Former Ninth District
Northwest Farm Credit Services