Effective Date of Coverage —
FlexCash Plan and
Tax Advantage Premium Plan (TAPP)

  • FlexCash Plan
  • TAPP
  • Enrollment Restrictions
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    FlexCash Plan

    Eligible Employees must enroll in FlexCash within sixty (60) days of employment, or reemployment if there has been a break in service of more than thirty (30) days.

    If FlexCash enrollment forms are received by the State Controller’s Office by the 10th of the month, the effective date of the plan is the first of the following month. Forms received after the 10th delay the effective date to the first of the second month following appointment.

    Employees are required to reenroll in FlexCash every open enrollment to participate during the following calendar year. The FlexCash Plan is subject to certain enrollment restrictions.

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    Tax Advantage Premium Plan (TAPP)

    Enrollment in TAPP for new employees is automatic. Employees not wanting to participate in TAPP must notify their Human Resources Office within sixty (60) days of becoming eligible or during the open enrollment period.

    Participation in TAPP is ongoing unless the employee chooses to cancel. Open enrollment is held every September–October for participation in the following calendar year. There are certain enrollment restrictions with TAPP.

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    Enrollment Restrictions

    Once an employee makes an election to participate in either the FlexCash Plan or TAPP, participation cannot be changed or cancelled until the next open enrollment unless there is a change in status event. Employees experiencing a change in status event may change, start, or stop participation by filing the appropriate form within sixty (60) days of the change in status event.

    An employee who is on leave of absence without pay, temporary disability compensation, non-industrial disability leave, industrial disability leave, or other non-pay status may not enroll in either plan while in such status. However, the employee may enroll within sixty (60) days of returning to active status provided that he/she would otherwise have been eligible to enroll during the non-pay status.

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    Last Updated: September 10, 2002


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