If you’re a full-time employee or a part-time employee working at least 20 hours per week, you’re automatically covered at a basic level for life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance. You may purchase additional optional coverage for yourself and your dependents at competitive rates. Intuit’s life insurance plans are offered through Minnesota Life Insurance Company.
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Intuit automatically provides basic life insurance coverage in the amount of two times your base earnings, with a minimum coverage of $50,000. You can purchase additional optional coverage for yourself, your spouse or domestic partner and/or your dependent children.
You can purchase optional life insurance coverage, as a new hire and at annual enrollment, at up to seven times your annual earnings (combined with basic life), to a maximum of $2 million. If the amount you request is at 6 or 7 times your annual earnings, or greater than $1 million, you’ll be required to provide evidence of insurability (EOI), or “proof of good health” on Your Benefits Resources. Otherwise, Minnesota Life will send you an EOI form in the mail for completion. While your application is being processed, you’ll be insured for the highest amount that does not require EOI.
You can also enroll your spouse or domestic partner in coverage ranging from $25,000 to $250,000. After your new hire elections, you can increase your spouse or domestic partner coverage by one level each year during annual enrollment, without EOI (some exceptions apply*). Any coverage above $150,000 requires EOI.
*Your spouse or domestic partner must provide EOI for any amount of life insurance coverage if:
- Your spouse or domestic partner is receiving or entitled to sick pay or disability benefits due to illness or injury.
- Your spouse or domestic partner is confined at home or in a facility under the care of a physician for illness or injury.
- Your spouse or domestic partner is in a chemotherapy, radiation therapy or dialysis treatment program.
You can also cover your eligible unmarried child up to age 26 for $25,000. For additional dependent eligibility rules, review the Group Term Life Certificate of Insurance.
You must name one or more beneficiaries for your basic life insurance and optional life insurance when you enroll through Your Benefits Resources. If you die while covered by the plan, the beneficiaries you name will receive payment from the plan. You are the beneficiary of the life insurance you purchase for your spouse or domestic partner.
Accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance pays benefits to you or your beneficiaries if you die or are seriously injured in an accident. Intuit provides you with basic coverage of two times your base earnings, with a minimum coverage of $50,000 and a maximum coverage of $2 million. Your premiums are based on the amount of coverage you choose.
Our plan pays 100 percent of your base earnings if you die or lose both hands, both feet, sight in both eyes, or any combination of these. It pays 50 percent of your earnings if you lose one hand, one foot, or sight in one eye.
In addition to the basic coverage that Intuit provides, you can choose from these additional levels of coverage:
- For yourself—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 times your base earnings, up to $2 million, including your basic AD&D
- For your family—coverage for your spouse or domestic partner at 50% of your elected optional AD&D benefit; coverage for your eligible unmarried child up to age 26 at $10,000
For more details, review the AD&D Insurance Policy.