Self-Pay Rates


Retirees are responsible for a self-payment for a portion of the cost of their health benefits and responsible for the full premium for dental benefits. The Health and Welfare self-payment and dental premiums will be typically be deducted from the Retiree's Pension benefit amount. If the Pension benefit is not sufficient to cover the amount of the Health and Welfare self-payment, Retirees are required to make a monthly check payment to continue coverage. If Pension benefits are not sufficient to cover the amount of the dental premiums, enrollment in the dental plan is impermissible.

The amount of self-payments required by a Retiree depend on which carrier option chosen (Indemnity or Kaiser), Medicare eligibility and the number of family members enrolled. The self-payment amounts are evaluated and subject to change annually.



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