Six Benefits Tips by Age

Work hard. Play hard. You’re just starting out, building your foundation for a successful life. Enjoying life today is important, but don’t lose sight of planning for your future. Retirement may seem like a million years away, but establishing good habits and finding ways to put away money for your future will help you build the life that you’re dreaming of.

Six Benefits Tips in Your 20s

1. Contribute at least 6 percent to your 401(k).

If you do nothing else, do this. For every dollar you contribute, Intuit matches $1.25 to your 401(k), up to 6 percent. If you don’t participate, that’s like telling your boss you don’t want a 7.5 percent raise. Think about it. Enroll now.

2. Own a piece of Intuit and save for your future.

By enrolling in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), you can set aside 2 percent to 15 percent of your total pay and invest it in Intuit shares—at a 15 percent discount! Whether you’re paying off high-interest debt or starting to save for a down payment on your first home, the ESPP is a great way to sweeten your savings strategy.

3. Get a financial game plan in place.

Intuit gives you free access to industry-leading tools as well as financial education and counseling services through the legal insurance plan to help create a plan that works for you.

4. Shape up.

Did you know that Intuit will pay for your gym membership, fitness class fees or weight-loss program fees? Seriously, we do. Get—or stay—fit and save money with the Well-being for Life Program. If your fitness plan includes shedding a few pounds, try the Retrofit, a personalized weight management and healthy living program.

Log in to Virgin Pulse to take the 15-minute health assessment. You’ll receive a confidential, personalized report that will help you identify health risks and set health goals. You’ll also have the opportunity to earn up to 75 credits per quarter for participating in the program. It’s a great starting point for pursuing a long, happy and healthy life.

5. Focus on your well-being.

Physical fitness is just one part of self care. To stay happy and healthy, you also need to flex your emotional muscles. Intuit’s Well Minds programs can help you handle life’s challenges, build resilience and ease your stress.

6. Make a difference in someone’s life.

We’re committed to giving back to our communities. Be sure to take advantage of our generous matching donation program as well as the volunteer time off that is available to you through We Care & Give Back.

How many of these programs have you taken advantage of already? What are you missing out on? You can use this checklist to make sure you’re investing in your future, staying healthy, and helping others. Win. Win. Win.

You may be just settling into your career and possibly starting a family. With so much going on in your life, it’s easy to get caught up in your daily routine and lose sight of the bigger picture. We’re here to help you with those basic everyday needs, such as keeping your kids safe and healthy, but we also want to support you in looking ahead to your future. It’s never too early to start saving for your kids’ educations and even for your own retirement.

Six Benefits Tips in Your 30s

1. Contribute at least 6 percent to your 401(k).

If you do nothing else, do this. For every dollar you contribute, Intuit matches $1.25 to your 401(k), up to 6 percent. If you don’t participate, that’s like telling your boss you don’t want a 7.5 percent raise. Think about it. Enroll now.

2. Own a piece of Intuit and save for your future.

By enrolling in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), you can set aside 2 percent to 15 percent of your total pay and invest it in Intuit shares—at a 15 percent discount! Whether you’re saving for a down payment on a house or already thinking about financing your kids’ educations, the ESPP is a great way to sweeten your savings strategy.

3. Call the doctor.

By using Teladoc, a telemedicine service that’s part of your Intuit medical benefits, you can save money, time and a trip to the doctor’s office. At no additional cost to you, Teladoc doctors can diagnose your symptoms, prescribe medication and even send the prescription to your local pharmacy all from the comfort of your living room.

4. Take care of your kids.

Even when you’re at work, your children are your No. 1 priority. By offering the dependent care FSA and backup child care programs, you’ll save money and get peace of mind of knowing that your kids will always get the best possible care. For their long-term well-being, enroll in the legal insurance plan to help protect their physical and financial well-being in case you’re not able to do so.

5. Focus on your total well-being.

Our Well-being Hub, Well-being for Life Program and Retrofit weight loss program can help you stay physically fit, while our Well Minds programs can help you handle life’s challenges, build resilience and ease your stress. With Intuit’s handy resources, you have  all of the tools you need to lead a well-balanced life.

6. Continue your education.

Just because you’re in a job you love doesn’t mean you have to be done with formal learning. Whether you’re interested in tuition assistance or a college loan, we give you the resources you need to keep advancing in your career at Intuit.

How many of these programs have you taken advantage of already? What are you missing out on? You can use this checklist to make sure you’re investing in your future, staying healthy and taking care of your family. Win. Win. Win.

By now, you may be settled nicely into a rewarding career and immersed in a busy but fulfilling family life. With so much on your plate, it’s easy to make a habit of putting others first. But as important as your family and your job are to you, don’t forget to take care of two of the most essential items in your life: your health and your happiness. You can’t possibly be your best at work or at home if you’re not tending to your physical, mental and, yes, financial health.

Six Benefits Tips in Your 40s

1. Contribute at least 6 percent to your 401(k).

If you do nothing else, do this. For every dollar you contribute, Intuit matches $1.25 to your 401(k), up to 6 percent. If you don’t participate, that’s like telling your boss you don’t want a 7.5 percent raise. Think about it. Enroll now.

2. Own a piece of Intuit and save for your future.

By enrolling in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), you can set aside 2 percent to 15 percent of your total pay and invest it in Intuit shares—at a 15 percent discount! Whether you’re financing your kids’ educations or looking down the road to your retirement, the ESPP is a great way to sweeten your savings strategy.

3. Plan for your financial independence.

You might be struggling to pay off your mortgage or high-interest credit cards, or trying to build the nest egg for your golden years. Create a budget that works for you and make sure you’re putting away a percentage of each paycheck for your future. Intuit gives you free access to industry-leading tools as well as financial education and counseling services through the legal insurance plan to help create a plan that works for you.

4. Get help when you need it.

Let’s face it, life can be stressful. We can all use a little help from time to time to get through the particularly rough patches. Whether you’re interested in talking to a counselor or taking meditation classes, Intuit’s Well Minds programs can help you handle life’s challenges, build resilience and ease your stress.

5. Shape up.

From our Well-being Hub, Well-being for Life Program and Retrofit weight loss program to biometric screenings and flu shots, we give you lots of opportunities and encouragement to stay healthy and save money. It’s not just about looking and feeling great—it’s also about having all of the tools you need to lead a well-balanced life.

6. Spend less.

Getting to work at a great company is far from the only perk you get to enjoy as an Intuit employee. Take advantage of discounted rates on everything from Intuit products and home loans to auto, home and pet insurance.

How many of these programs have you taken advantage of already? What are you missing out on? You can use this checklist to make sure you’re investing in your future, staying healthy, and taking care of your family. Win. Win. Win.

As you continue to advance in your career, you’ve probably started looking ahead to the next stage of your life. Whether that means reinventing yourself and embarking on entirely new adventures or retiring and taking it easy in your golden years, we can help you establish a game plan to make your dreams a reality. And until you get to that next stage, we can help you make the most of every day by keeping you and your family healthy and happy.

Six Benefits Tips in Your 50s

1. Contribute at least 6 percent to your 401(k).

If you do nothing else, do this. For every dollar you contribute, Intuit matches $1.25 to your 401(k), up to 6 percent. If you don’t participate, that’s like telling your boss you don’t want a 7.5 percent raise. Think about it. Now that you’re over 50, you can save even more—an additional $6,000 per year in catch-up contributions. Note: You must actively enroll to make catch-up contributions. You are not automatically enrolled when you turn 50. Enroll now.

2. Own a piece of Intuit and save for your future.

By enrolling in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), you can set aside 2 percent to 15 percent of your total pay and invest it in Intuit shares—at a 15 percent discount! Whether you’re planning for your retirement or just setting aside money for a rainy day, the ESPP is a great way to sweeten your savings strategy.

3. Get a second opinion.

You can never be too careful with your health. If you’re uncertain about a medical diagnosis or the appropriate treatment, Best Doctors can help. Through this service, which is offered as part of your Intuit medical benefits (at no cost to you), you can get advice on your medical condition, receive advice from a doctor, and even find a Best Doctor for your condition.

4. Care for your family.

Of course we support you in caring for your children, but did you know that we also help you care for your elderly parents or relatives? Intuit also offers access to additional caregiving services and elder care legal advice through the legal insurance plan.

5. Plan for your retirement.

Your golden years are never as far away as they seem. Now’s the time to create a budget that works for you and put away a percentage of each paycheck for your future. Intuit gives you free access to industry-leading tools and resources that can help you create a plan that works for you.

6. Focus on your total well-being.

Our Well-being Hub, Well-being for Life Program and Retrofit weight loss program can help you stay physically fit, while our Well Minds programs can help you handle life’s challenges, build resilience and ease your stress. With Intuit’s handy resources, you have all the tools you need to lead a well-balanced life.

Whether you’re still focused on your career or thinking about retiring soon, we can help you establish a game plan to make your dreams a reality. And until you get to that next stage, we can help you make the most of every day by keeping you and your family healthy and happy.

Six Benefits Tips in Your 60s+

1. Contribute at least 6 percent to your 401(k).

If you do nothing else, do this. For every dollar you contribute, Intuit matches $1.25 to your 401(k), up to 6 percent. If you don’t participate, that’s like telling your boss you don’t want a 7.5 percent raise. Think about it. Did you know that since you’re over 50, you could save even more? You can save an additional $6,000 per year in catch-up contributions. Note: You must actively enroll to make catch-up contributions. You are not automatically enrolled when you turn 50. Enroll now.

2. Focus on your total well-being.

Our Well-being Hub, Well-being for Life Program and Retrofit weight loss program can help you stay physically fit, while our Well Minds programs can help you handle life’s challenges, build resilience and ease your stress. With Intuit’s handy resources, you have all the tools you need to lead a well-balanced life.

3. Own a piece of Intuit and save for your future.

By participating in the Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP), you can set aside 2 percent to 15 percent of your total pay and invest it in Intuit shares—at a 15 percent discount! Whether you’re planning for your retirement or just setting aside money for a rainy day, the ESPP is a great way to sweeten your savings strategy.

4. Get a second opinion.

You can never be too careful with your health. If you’re uncertain about a medical diagnosis or the appropriate treatment, Best Doctors can help. Through this service, which is offered as part of your Intuit medical benefits (at no cost to you), you can get advice on your medical condition, ask for advice from a doctor, and even find a Best Doctor for your condition.

5. Plan for your retirement.

Your golden years are never as far away as they seem. Intuit gives you free access to industry-leading tools and resources that can help you create a plan that works for you. Intuit gives you free access to industry-leading tools as well as financial education and counseling services through the legal insurance plan to help you create a plan that works for you.

6. Make a difference in someone’s life.

We’re committed to giving back to our communities. Be sure to take advantage of our generous matching donation program and the volunteer time off that is available to you through We Care & Give Back.

How many of these programs have you taken advantage of already? What are you missing out on? You can use this checklist to make sure you’re investing in your future, staying healthy and helping others. Win. Win. Win.