The ASEBP office is open for scheduled meetings! Schedule an in-person meeting, video meeting, or phone call with a benefit specialist between 9:15 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday to Friday, by using our Online Booking tool. Please note that the office is closed from 12:15-12:45 p.m. for lunch.

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New Spending Account Resources Plus Upcoming Deadlines

Jul. 11, 2022

Ensuring you have the information you need to effectively use your ASEBP benefits is extremely important to us. So, to help you learn more about your spending accounts—whether you have a Health Spending Account (HSA) alone or an HSA and Wellness Spending Account (WSA)—we’ve created some new resources. 

Health Spending Account Video: Making the Most of your ASEBP Benefits 

A Campaign (and Tips) to Remember!

Jul. 12, 2022

It’s hard to believe we’re almost at the end of our Benefits Fraud: Real Problem. Real Consequences. campaign (August is our last month)! It’s been a busy year of content sharing, engagement and learning, so let’s recap some of the key points from the past year that we hope you’ll continue to keep an eye on even after the campaign ends (though, who are we kidding, we’ll continue sharing content about benefits fraud long after this campaign ends!).

Falling Ill or Getting Injured During a School Break

Jun. 7, 2022

Who doesn’t love summer break? There’s more time to enjoy leisure activities and go on adventures—hello, relaxation and rejuvenation! But despite our best laid plans, accidents and injuries can still happen while we’re out living our best life during school breaks (i.e. summer, December, and spring break). And, even though you may not be at work during these times, you should still let your employer know right away if you become seriously ill or injured. 

Checking in About Benefits Fraud

Apr. 1, 2022

It’s hard to believe it’s been eight months since we kicked off our Benefits Fraud: Real Problem. Real Consequences. campaign! In this time, we’ve shared content about what benefits fraud is, how to protect yourself and your benefits from it, how to report it to us, and the consequences it can have on you, your benefits, and your employer. 

Spring Clean your Wellness Routine

Mar. 16, 2022

Spring is a time for fresh starts, and a great time to reflect on your own wellness and check-in with the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the school year. So why not dig deeper into your ASEBP benefits and show yourself a little extra care as you welcome the return of milder weather and brighter days. Here are a few ideas to help you get the most of your benefits this season:

Keeping Your Benefits Safe

Mar. 1, 2022

With March being Fraud Prevention Month, we’d feel a little silly if our Benefits Fraud: Real Problem. Real Consequences. campaign didn’t acknowledge this important initiative—after all, prevention is what we’ve been driving toward. And, educating yourself on what to look out for is an important first step in prevention. So, to help you on your way to becoming a benefits fraud prevention pro, here are some tips to keep in mind.

A New Tool to Help Protect your Benefits

Jan. 12, 2022

Our new Ineligible Providers feature on My ASEBP is our latest tool to help you protect your benefits from misuse and abuse. This new feature provides access to a list of service providers (think massage therapists, medical supply providers, chiropractors, etc.) who have been deemed ineligible.

Get Smart: HSA vs WSA

Dec. 2, 2021

Some employers offer Health and Wellness Spending Accounts (HSA/WSA). If you’re new to spending accounts, you might find it confusing to know the difference between the two types. Or, maybe you just have an HSA and aren’t sure what sorts of expenses you can claim. Either way, read on for some key differences between these two accounts, and a list of some common, and not-so-common items you can claim that you might not have known about! 

Who’s Impacted by Benefits Fraud?

Nov. 8, 2021

While you may feel like you’re protected from the consequences of benefits fraud because you would never knowingly commit it (thank you for that by the way!), you may need to rethink that sentiment, and here’s why.

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