Changes for 2019

What's Changed?

We are happy to announce that for the second year in a row the IRS has increased limits for both the 401(k) and Health Savings Account!

  • 401(k): you can now contribute up to $19,000 a year (and an additional $6,000 if you’re eligible for catch up contributions)! Don’t forget, Fisher matches 50% on all contributions up to this limit.
  • Health Savings Account (HSA): Eligible employees may now put away up to $3,500 for an individual and $7,000 per family—pre-tax!

What's Hasn't Changed?

Fisher remains committed to offering top notch benefits, and will continue to cover 100% of medical, dental, and vision premiums for you and your family! We are also happy to announce that there are no rate changes to the life and disability plans!*

Additionally, there are no changes to the structure and design of any of our current benefit plans.

**Rate changes may apply to individuals who elevated to a new age bracket in 2018. To find out if this is applicable to you, contact the Benefits Team at x5886 or ~ Benefits Services.

Coverage & Eligibility

The company pays 100% of the monthly premiums for medical, dental and vision coverage for regular employees working at least 30 hours per week and their eligible dependents. Qualified dependents include a legal spouse, domestic partner registered with a state agency, and dependent children under the age of 26.