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Thursday, July 18, 2019

MERS Communication Corner

MERS is committed to communicating with our participants and employers on relevant issues and benefit information. The MERS Communication Corner is here to help you organize recent mailings or emails that were sent from MERS, so that you know what was sent and any action that needs to be taken.

Please note: All mailing dates are approximate. Large mailings such as account statements can vary up to two weeks from the mailing date.

Communications Sent

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March 07, 2019 - 

Product: Health Care Savings Program

Contacts: All program participants hired before 1/1/2019 (regardless of employment status) who have not already opted out of the re-enrollment

Date sent: 3/7/19

Format: Mailing

Description: 

An eblast to all HCSP participants reminding them of the upcoming re-enrollment was sent on 3/7.

The email is a second reminder to participants of the HCSP re-enrollment into the new default fund – Retirement Strategies – effective April 1, 2019. 

A copy of the eblast can be found here.

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