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View 2016 benefit elections now at AEP Benefits Center website

by on December 4, 2015

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AEP employees and retirees can now view their 2016 benefit elections at the AEP Benefits Center website (http://www.ibenefitcenter.com/aep).

Here’s how to view your 2016 benefit elections:

  • After logging in to the AEP Benefit Center website, select the “Health” tab.
  • Select “Current Coverages.”
  • Scroll to the very bottom of the Current Coverages page, to the section titled “Your Future Coverages.”
  • Under “Your Future Coverages,” click on the magnifying glass in the far left column, under “View.” (Do not click on “Continue.”)
  • A new page will open that will list your 2016 benefit elections.

All employees and pre-65 retirees will soon receive enrollment confirmation statements by email or postal mail (mailing date is pending), depending on whether a benefits email address was selected via HR Now. Since this was an active enrollment, confirmation statements will be sent to all employees and pre-65 retirees, whether or not they made benefit election changes during Annual Enrollment.

Post-65 retirees will only receive enrollment confirmation statements if changes were made for 2016; however, 2016 elections can be reviewed at any time on the website by following the steps above. For those post-65 retirees that made changes for 2016, all confirmation statements will be sent via postal mail (mailing date is pending).

Please review the record of your 2016 benefit elections carefully for accuracy. If you find a discrepancy, please contact the AEP Benefits Center (1-888-237-2363, option 1 or 2 and then option 2) immediately.

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