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"MUST READ" for 2017


HSA Medical Plan Resource

Visit Oracle's one stop resource center dedicated to the employees enrolled in - or considering enrollment in Oracle's High Deductible Health Plan and Health Savings Account (HSA).


Health Care Reform

February 2017

2017 Oracle Holidays

  • President’s Day – Monday, February 20, 2017 New!

Click here     for the complete 2017 US Holiday schedule.

Submit your 2016 Health / Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account Claims

March 31, 2017 is the deadline to submit your Health Care FSA and Dependent Care FSA expenses incurred last year. You may submit your claim(s) online at or submit the printed claim form.

Eligible 2016 Health Care FSA, and/or Dependent Care FSA expenses must be incurred on or before December 31, 2016, to count towards your 2016 contribution election. Additionally, up to $500 of your unused funds in your 2016 Health Care FSA will carry over this year, for use against 2017 eligible expenses. Unused funds over $500 are forfeited. This carryover provision does NOT apply to the Dependent Care FSA. Claims received after the deadline of March 31, 2017 will be denied. More Information

Oracle Wellness: Complete Heart-Healthy Tasks & Activities

A healthy heart is a cornerstone component of living well. Participate in the Oracle Wellness program "Be Sweet to Your Heart" to focus on heart-healthy tasks and activities across all dimensions of wellness.

Read more about the program here, and download a Heart Card. To register to participate, simply contact Oracle Wellness. For more information, visit the Oracle Wellness website .

401(k) Savings & Investment Plan – Did You Exceed the 2016 Contribution Limit?

In 2016, the maximum amount that you may defer to any and all
401(k) plans was limited to $18,000. If you were age 50+ as of December 31, 2016 the maximum allowable amount was $24,000.

The amount you contributed to the plan is reported on your W2 in Box 12 (code D - for traditional pre-tax and code AA for Roth 401(k)). Employer contributions such as the Oracle match are not subject to this limit, and are not conveyed on your W-2s.

If, having reviewed your W-2s from ALL employers in 2016, you feel you have exceeded your personal limit, please contact Don Reich (Oracle’s 401(k) and Deferred Compensation Plan Manager) at or 719-757-4132. The deadline to refund excess contributions is April 18, 2017. Keep in mind that any refund will take approximately one week to process so please make your request as early as possible. Visit the Oracle US Benefits Website     for more information about the 401(k) Plan.

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Rev. Date: 1/20/2017
Publish Date: February 2017