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

Who is eligible

When you’re eligible for benefits, you can enroll in Intuit’s many benefits programs. Health care advocates through our Intuit medical plan providers thoroughly understand your Intuit benefits and can go over your benefit options with you, narrow down your choices and give you personalized guidance on how to get the most out of your benefits. Your health care advocates are a single point of contact dedicated to helping you with any questions that arise during annual enrollment as well as any health and wellness questions you and your family have throughout the year.

Eligible employees
Covering dependents
Domestic partner eligibility

Eligible employees

Your employment status determines the benefits you’re eligible to enroll in. For most benefit plans and programs, your eligibility begins on your hire date. Special details apply to the Employee Stock Purchase Plan.

If you’re a regular full-time or part-time employee

Description: You’re eligible for:
You work traditional full-time hours (40 hours per week) or part-time hours (fewer than 30 hours per week) and are not in a SelectTime or Flextime role. If you're a regular part-time employee who works fewer than 20 hours per week, you may have different benefit programs. All benefits, including Health, Physical wellbeingFinancial, Time away, Mental health and wellbeing and Family support perks and travel-related resources.

If you’re a Flextime employee

Description: You’re eligible for:
You work a nontraditional, part-time schedule, typically for only a few days per month.

Note: Flextime employees are included in a 12-month measurement period to determine health care benefit eligibility.

If you’re an intern

Description: You’re eligible for:

You work for a finite period, typically 3 to 4 months, while enrolled in an accredited university degree program.

Various benefits, rewards and support programs.

Note: Intern and co-op employees are included in a 12-month measurement period to determine health care benefit eligibility.

Interns are not eligible for health and wellness benefits, flexible spending accounts, tuition assistance benefits, or the 401(k) plan.

If you’re a Seasonal employee

Description: You’re eligible for:
You work for a finite time period, typically not more than 6 months, to support seasonal business demand.

Note: Seasonal employees are included in a 12-month measurement period to determine health care benefit eligibility.

Hawaii state law requires that employers offer medical benefits to Seasonal employees residing in Hawaii. To be eligible, you must have completed four consecutive weeks, working a minimum of 20 hours per week. Hawaii Seasonal workers will be able to enroll in the Kaiser Hawaii medical plan once the requirements are met. If you do not make an election for the coverage, you will be defaulted into coverage.

If you are a resident of Hawaii and you plan to waive coverage, you must make the election to waive during your enrollment and you must complete the Form HC-5 Notification to Employer to waive coverage and submit it to Employee Benefits.

If you’re a SelectTime employee

Description: You’re eligible for:

You provide expert services directly to Intuit’s customers, working year-round with flexible hours and schedules. You are not considered a regular employee, regardless of the number of hours you work.

You're in the following job codes:

  • Tax Domain Expert (TDX 11-15)
  • Bookkeeping Domain Expert (BDX 11-15)
  • Financial Domain Expert (FDX 11-15)
  • Multi-Domain Expert (MDX 11-15)

All the benefits detailed on this site

Covering dependents

If you want to cover family members on your Intuit health benefits, you can enroll:

  • Your legal spouse or domestic partner
  • Your biological, foster, step or adopted child(ren) under the age of 26
  • Any other children you support for whom you are the legal guardian or for whom you are required to provide coverage as the result of a qualified medical child support order

Note: You pay more for coverage in certain instances, such as when you cover a domestic partner. See Plan costs for more details.

You will be required to attest to your dependents’ eligibility status during the enrollment process in My Benefits.

If your spouse/domestic partner is also a regular, full-time Intuit employee working 20 or more hours per week:

  • Only one of you may cover your dependent child/ren under your medical, dental and vision plans. You cannot cover each other as dependents under these plans. You can each enroll in employee-only coverage, or one of you can cover the other as long as the other has opted out of coverage.
  • You cannot cover your spouse/domestic partner or child as a dependent under your optional life insurance (all Intuit employees receive coverage of two times their base salary). Only one employee may cover a dependent child.

Domestic partner eligibility

To be eligible for coverage, you and your domestic partner must meet the following criteria for at least 12 months:

  • Be financially interdependent and jointly responsible for each other's common welfare
  • Intend to remain in a committed relationship
  • Share the same living quarters and permanent address
  • Not be so closely related by blood that legal marriage would otherwise be prohibited
  • Be at least age 18
  • Not be in another domestic partnership or marriage

Note: If you plan to cover a domestic partner age 65+ under your medical benefit, be aware that the Intuit medical plans are secondary payors to Medicare for your domestic partner, regardless of whether he or she is enrolled in Medicare. This may result in significantly higher out-of-pocket costs for your domestic partner, particularly if he or she does not enroll in Medicare when eligible.

You will be required to attest to your dependents’ eligibility status during the enrollment process in My Benefits.

Covering a domestic partner may subject you to imputed federal and state income taxes.  However, the cost of domestic partner health benefits may be excluded from imputed income in the following circumstances:

  • Your income, including wages and interest, is 51% or more of your household income. In calculating income, you must compare the amounts you contribute to your domestic partner with amounts from ALL sources, including earnings and interest.
  • Your domestic partner is a member of your household for the year, and your home is your partner’s main residence for the year.
  • This person is not your qualifying dependent child (or of any other taxpayer).

If your domestic partner meets the above requirements, your domestic partner coverage will be exempt from federal and state taxes.* You’re required to complete a Domestic Partner affidavit form in the My Benefits portal at the end of your benefits enrollment to certify your Domestic Partner’s tax status. If you do not submit this affidavit immediately at the end of your enrollment or you submit the affidavit and do not certify that your Domestic Partner is a tax dependent, your Domestic Partner’s coverage will be assessed for imputed income.**

* For employees in Alabama and Montana: These states do not recognize domestic partnerships, and employees will have the appropriate imputed income reported for state tax withholding.
** For employees in California: Employees are required to register their domestic partnership with the State in order to qualify for an exemption from imputed income reporting for California while covering a domestic partner under employer sponsored benefit plans. Learn more about this requirement.