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Penn Retiree Benefits

Retiree Benefits

There are many things to consider when you’re approaching retirement or enjoying your retirement—from medical benefits to retirement plan distributions. If you’re thinking about retiring from Penn, this site provides an overview of some important policies and benefits.

Benefits Annual Selection

Penn Benefits Annual Selection Period for retirees is an opportunity to review your current benefits and make changes for the upcoming calendar year.

The 2020 Benefits Annual Selection period has ended, but you can still review the 2020 Retiree and Long-Term Disability Annual Selection Guide for current enrollment information and costs, medical plan comparison charts, what's new for 2020, and more.

All changes will be effective as of January 1, 2020.

Annual Selection Fair

The Retiree Annual Selection Fair is an opportunity for faculty and staff who are retired or are on Long-Term Disability to talk with representatives from Blue Cross, Aetna, SilverScript, and Social Security about their retirement plans and needs. Check back for more details in October 2020. 

On the Move in Retirement

Be sure to keep your address current in Penn's records. There are three easy ways to update your address:

1. Log in to Workday with your PennKey and password at www.myworkday.com/upenn/login.html

2. Call the Penn Employee Solution Center at 215-898-7372

3. Send an email to hcmsolutioncenter@upenn.edu

Changes to Retiree Billing

Effective April 1, 2019, retiree billing has moved from PayFlex to WageWorks. This change does not affect your current coverage or coverage eligibility in any way. See the WageWorks Direct Bill Q&A for more information about this change.

Retiree Legal Notices

Notice of Privacy Practices

Women's Health and Cancer Rights