City Employee & Retiree Insurance Benefits

Retirement Incentive

On January 13, 2016, the Mayor and Council approved a retirement incentive for City employees who retire under the Tucson Supplemental Retirement System (TSRS) between December 15, 2015 and June 10, 2016. Click HERE to read the terms of the incentive.

Note: To ensure compliance with federal-mandated COBRA election periods, the first payment will be paid as follows:

Retirement Month 1st payment 1st payment will cover
December

March

Jan, Feb, March
January April Feb, March, April
February May March, April, May
March June April, May, June
April July May, June, July
May August June, July, Aug
June Sept July, Aug, Sept

New Tax Forms: 1095-B and 1095-C

The Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies and employers to provide new tax forms. For this year only, the IRS isn't requiring Forms 1095-B and 1095-C when you file your 2015 tax return.

1095-B outlines the months when you and your family members were enrolled in medical insurance. Cigna will mail Forms 1095-B to City of Tucson plan participants (employees, retirees and COBRA) throughout January and February. If you changed medical coverage during 2015, you'll receive more than one 1095-B; together, the forms will document your complete coverage.

1095-C helps employees who worked an average of 30+ hours/week document the months they were offered City of Tucson medical insurance. The City will mail these forms by March 31st. Please be sure to keep it with your tax records in case you ever need it for an audit.

Additional information on the new forms, deadlines and related tax provisions is at  irs.gov/Affordable-Care-Act.

I WANT TO...

Enroll *

Add a Baby *

Change My Coverage or Add/Remove Dependents *

Print a Confirmation of My Coverage

Check or Change My Life Insurance Beneficiary

Learn About Coverage Options

Learn about Wellness

Learn about Retirement

Contact the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

 

* DEADLINES exist.  Read the enrollment website carefully, visit the Insurance Handbook, or contact the Benefits Office.

Retirees: Forms for dropping coverage are on the Retiree Information page.