Welcome to DFIN! Now is your opportunity to choose benefits for you and your family for the year. Choose carefully! With some exceptions, your choices remain in effect from your benefit effective date through the end of the year.
Make sure to enroll for your benefits within 31 days of your date of hire. If you don't enroll, you will not have medical coverage. Your benefits will take effect the first day of the month after your date of hire, regardless of the day of the month you started employment.
Two Ways to Enroll
Call the Benefits Center at 1-844-44-DFSCO
(1-844-443-3726) Monday through Friday during standard business hours.
Your Enrollment Checklist
Use this checklist to guide you through the enrollment process:
Review your options.
Make your Tobacco-free Pledge within 31 days of your date of hire.
DFIN encourages you to lead a healthy lifestyle. That's why the company offers a discount on medical premiums if you don't use tobacco products. If you are a tobacco user and
participate in the tobacco-cessation program in 2022, you will pay a surcharge.
Decide how much you want to contribute your
Health Savings Account (HSA) or your
Limited-Use FSA if enrolling in the Bronze HSA or Silver HSA medical plan.
NOTE: Even though you can make a change at any time, you must elect your HSA contributions when you enroll to ensure they begin on your benefits effective date.
Decide how much you want to contribute to your
Full-Use FSA if enrolling in the Gold PPO medical plan.
Complete your beneficiary information for
HSA, 401(k) Savings Plan and
supplemental health care.
dfsco.benefitsnow.com to enroll, add dependents to coverage and make your tobacco-free pledge.
Your tobacco declarations for medical
and optional life insurance
must match — otherwise, DFIN will contact you after your enrollment deadline.
If You Don't Enroll
If you don't take action within 31 days of your date of hire:
will NOT receive medical,
Supplemental Health Care,
Health Care FSA and
Dependent Care FSA coverage.
basic employee life insurance coverage of 1x base pay, up to $125,000.
will receive short-term disability coverage of 60% of weekly base earnings, up to 26 weeks.
basic long-term disability.
will not be able to contribute to a
Health Care FSA or
Dependent Care FSA.