A MESSAGE FROM THE WELFARE FUND MANAGER

Welcome back to a new school year! The FUSE Welfare Fund is committed to continually working to see to the welfare of our members.  At our April meeting, the Trustees voted to increase the payout on several benefits. Please refer to the Benefit Fee Schedule to see the new rates paid for Vision, Orthodonture andContinue reading “A MESSAGE FROM THE WELFARE FUND MANAGER”

Supplemental Coverage Rates

SUPPLEMENTAL COVERAGE RATES 2021-2022   SPOUSE/DOMESTIC PARTNER………. $34.44 per paycheckEACH DEPENDENT……………… $ 20.00 per paycheck EMPLOYEE DEDUCTIONS FOR SPOUSE, DOMESTIC PARNTER AND CHILDREN – ANNUAL AND PER CHECK CATEGORY ANNUAL COST PER CHECK Spouse/Partner Only $ 620.00 $ 34.44 1 Dependent 360.00 20.00 2 Dependents 720.00 40.00 3 Dependents 1,080.00 60.00 4 Dependents 1,440.00 80.00 5Continue reading “Supplemental Coverage Rates”

Cobra Rates

2021-2022 COBRA RATES (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) As of July 1, 2021 MEMBER $1,106.25 ANNUALLYINDIVIDUAL (SPOUSE/CHILD)         $1100.99 ANNUALLYMEMBER + ONE DEPENDENT         $1,610.54+ TWO DEPENDENTS $1,239.91ADDITIONAL DEPENDENTS         $ 735.62 2021-2022  RETIREE COVERAGE RATES RETIREE…………………………. …………………………   $510.00RETIREE SPOUSE/ELIGIBLE DEPENDENT…….   $740.00  QUALIFYING COBRA EVENTS QUALIFYINGContinue reading “Cobra Rates”

Will and Related Instruments

The Trustees of the New Rochelle Federation of United School Employees Welfare Fund are pleased to offer a legal services opportunity to all active members and retirees. These services will be provided at no cost to the member.  The legal services provided are:  a basic will   a package consisting of a durable general power of attorney statutory shortContinue reading “Will and Related Instruments”

Celebrate Black History

Celebrate Black History Month in your classroom with our new poster of New York State Attorney General Letitia ‘Tish’ James. Letitia “Tish” James is the 67th Attorney General of New York State. She became the first African-American, and the first woman, elected to the position in 2018 and the first African-American woman elected to statewideContinue reading “Celebrate Black History”