Well-being for Life Program

We want you to be healthy in all aspects of your life. That means your physical, emotional and financial well-being. If you're a regular employee, you're eligible to receive up to INR 23,000 per fiscal year to help defray the cost of expenses related to well-being for you and your family. This includes anything that falls under physical, emotional or financial well-being, like personal trainers, sustainability efforts, weight-loss programs, athletic equipment, life coaches, nannies, tutors, massages, cleaning services, sleep programs/resources, and financial advising and planning services.

This benefit can be used by employees for expenses related to your family’s well-being needs. You must be actively employed at the time the expense is incurred and when you submit reimbursement documentation.

Get Reimbursed

To request reimbursement under the Well-being for Life Program, visit Darwin, Your Benefits Administrator. Once you log in via single sign on, select Reimbursements. The approved claims will be paid within 2 pay periods.

Reimbursements must be received and approved before July 31 in order for them to be applied to this fiscal year. Under tax law, the receipt must be from the same fiscal year for which it's submitted. Any requests not approved by the deadline will not be eligible for this year's reimbursement. If you're leaving Intuit, be sure to submit your reimbursement request at least 10 business days before your termination date.

Note: If you do not have a bill from a formal housecleaning agency, you need to include the Reimbursement Claim Form for Housecleaning Expenses in your reimbursement request when submitting online.

Ineligible Expenses

  • Any expense related to a medical need that has to be prescribed, facilitated or administered by a medical professional (excludes homeopathic expenses)
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Extreme sports, like skydiving, parachuting and base jumping
  • Expenses covered through other Intuit programs, like home office equipment and peripherals, surrogacy and adoption