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Well-being for Life Program

We want you to be healthy in all aspects of your life. If you are a regular employee, you are eligible to receive up to $1,300 per fiscal year to help defray expenses related to your and your family’s well-being. With few exceptions, almost any expenses related to your physical, emotional, or financial well-being are eligible for reimbursement. Please note that this is a taxable benefit. Taxes will be withheld from your reimbursement.

Eligibility

Regular full-time and part-time Intuit employees.

How it works

How to get started

See how to get reimbursed.

We understand that your well-being needs are unique and personalized. That’s why the Well-being for Life Program has been expanded to support anything that falls under physical, emotional, or financial well-being, as well as any expenses you feel would support your family’s needs, with the exception of ineligible items. You must be actively employed at the time the expense is incurred, or on the service start date, and when you submit reimbursement documentation. Future-dated events or services will not be eligible for reimbursement until the event or service start date (i.e. future vacations). For example, if in January you book a flight that doesn't depart until June 15, the expense is not eligible for reimbursement until June 15, even though you paid for the flight in January.

Reimbursement documentation must include:

  • Proof of the expense (date; description; amount)
  • Proof of payment (i.e., receipt; bank/credit card statement; other form of payment proof)

For your request to be processed, both proof of the expense and proof of payment must be provided.

Common questions

What expenses are eligible for reimbursement?
How do I request reimbursement?

Where to get help

Darwin, Your Benefits Administrator
Email

Related pages

Health assessment
Well-being Hub & Activity Program
Emotional well-being