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With the December 14 deadline for Federal employees and retirees to make benefit changes quickly approaching, I want to make sure you have all of the answers you need to make the best possible decisions for you and your family. 

Today at 1:30 p.m. ET, OPM will host a special #FedBenefits Twitter chat. OPM program experts will answer your questions on health care, vision, dental, and flexible spending account benefits.

As I mentioned last month, beginning in 2016 all carriers will offer three enrollment types: Self Only, Self Plus One, and Self and Family. This Open Season is your first opportunity to enroll in Self Plus One, which allows you to cover yourself and one eligible family member, such as a spouse or child.

During the Twitter chat, our experts can clarify terms and help you compare plan features. It’s the perfect way to make sure you have the best information at your fingertips to make a decision by the December 14 deadline.

Just join us at 1:30 p.m. today on Twitter at www.twitter.com/USOPM and tweet your questions using hashtag #FedBenefits. We’ll get to as many questions as we can during the hour. Also, you can tweet your questions in advance of the event.

And of course, you don’t have to wait until the Twitter chat to get answers. Any time between now and the deadline, you can go to www.opm.gov/openseason or speak to your local HR office to get the latest information.

John O’Brien is the Director of Healthcare and Insurance for OPM.

Image of a Women smiling with grey background. Headline: Join @USOPM for a Twitter Chat on #FedBenefits. This is your chance to learn everything you'll need to know to make changes to your health, dental, vision or FSA plans. Subhead: When, Thurs. Dec.3, 1:30 - 2:30 pm ET. Where, On Twitter (#FedBenefits). Footer: Featuring, Amber Hudson. A federal benefits expert from OPM's Healthcare and insurance team.


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