The information on this page is for regular employees. If you’re a SelectTime or Seasonal employee, visit the Benefits site for you.

New hires

Welcome to Intuit! As part of our team, we’re happy to offer you great benefits to help you stay healthy, balanced and financially secure. Ready to get started? Here are the basics about:

Who is eligible?
Benefits eligibility date
How to enroll

Who is eligible?

You’re eligible for Intuit health benefits if you’re a:

  • Regular, full-time employee working 30 or more hours per week.
  • Part-time employee working 20–29 hours per week (although you’re not eligible for disability insurance).

Benefits eligibility date

Your benefits begin on your first day of active employment. If you’re new to Intuit or have changed to a benefits-eligible classification, you must complete enrollment or waive participation within 31 days of your hire date/date you became benefits-eligible. If you do not enroll or waive, you will be automatically enrolled in the Cigna Managed Network Plan for yourself only, with no dental or vision coverage. You will also be automatically enrolled in the 401(k) Retirement Plan at 6% contribution.

How to enroll

Enrolling in Intuit benefits is easy—just complete these three steps within the first 31 days of your first day:

  1. Do your research:
    • Connect with your Intuit medical plan providers to get help with your benefits decisions.

      You and your family can connect with the health care advocates through your Intuit medical plan providers—Cigna and UnitedHealthcare (UHC). They thoroughly understand your Intuit benefits and can help you with any questions that arise when you enroll.

  2. Log in to My Benefits to make your benefits selections. It may take up to five calendar days for your information to be sent to My Benefits for you to enroll. After you make your selections, your benefits will be effective from your hire date. You’ll receive your medical plan ID card within four weeks after you enroll, but you can also go to your plan’s website and print a temporary card within 10 days of enrolling. Remember to print your enrollment confirmation for your records.

    Select your benefits carefully—you won’t be able to make changes until the next annual enrollment period, which happens every June, with any changes starting August 1. The only exception is if you have a qualified family status change, such as having a baby or getting married.

    If you're enrolling in the health care flexible spending account (FSA), dependent care flexible spending account (FSA) and/or health savings account (HSA) near the end of the plan year (July 31), exercise caution while making your elections. If you over-contribute for the remainder of the plan year, you'll have large paycheck deductions. Note: With the FSAs, you must incur expenses for those contributions before July 31 or risk losing those funds. Enrolling in an Intuit medical plan is not a requirement to participate in the health care FSA.

  3. Review your retirement plan options. As a new hire, you’re automatically enrolled in our 401(k) Retirement Plan—that means 6 percent of your pay is automatically put into your 401(k) before taxes. Additionally, you’re invested in a properly diversified portfolio (the Intuit Target Fund) that most closely matches your anticipated date of retirement, based on a retirement age of 65.

    If you’ve saved money through another employer’s 401(k) plan in this calendar year, it’s important to remember that under IRS rules, you can only save a total of $23,000 in 2024. In addition, the catch-up contribution limit for employees aged 50 and over who participate in 401(k) plans is $7,500.

As a new hire, you’re also eligible to purchase Intuit stock at a 15% discount. Be sure to review Intuit’s Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) details. You can enroll during one of these two open enrollment periods: Feb. 15–28/29 or Aug. 15–31.