Once your policy is verified, we automate that by setting it up as an ongoing expense so you don't need to submit documentation each month. 

Here's how it works

Expenses are eligible to be reimbursed once they've been incurred. For premiums, that means they're eligible at the beginning of each coverage period, usually on the first of the month. 

Each month, a new premium amount becomes eligible for reimbursement. You can double check the day of the month that will happen by looking at the policy on your Benefits page. Below the insurance company name, you'll see a date range. 

Here's an example:

In the above example, the date range is 03/01/2018 - current, so this premium becomes eligible on the first of each month and will continue like that for the rest of 2018.

When to update PeopleKeep

Because we don't directly connect with your insurance company, it's your responsibility to update your account if your premium changes or your policy ends. See: How to update a verified premium

Otherwise, you'll only need to update your account with new policy information to get ready for the 2018 benefit year. We'll remind you when it's time. 

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