Provider Directories and Websites
Welfare Benefits Plan
The below summary plan descriptions of the Welfare Benefits Plans provide detailed information about available medical, dental, and vision benefits as well as the tax-saving healthcare and dependent care flexible spending accounts.
Summary of Material Modification (SMM) 2017
This Summary of Material Modification and Amendment describes changes to the Welfare Benefit Plan originally effective January 1, 2016. These changes are effective as of January 1, 2017 and will remain in effect until amended in writing by the Plan Administrator.
Summary of Benefits & Coverage 2017
These are a summary of the medical plans. If you want more detail about your coverage and costs, you can get the complete terms in the policy or plan document at www.meritain.com or by calling Meritain Health, Inc. at 866-209-2929.
Click on the plan type below to view 2017 summaries:
401(k) Retirement Plan
There’s no time like the present to plan your future. The 401(k) Retirement Plan makes investing in your future-by saving for retirement-easy. This summary plan description provides detailed information about joining and participating in the plan. Learn about special plan features, including company matching contributions, investing your account balance, loans and withdrawals, and easy phone and Internet access.
Wells Fargo – 401(k) Forms
- 401(k) Beneficiary Form: Contact Wells Fargo directly via the website or 800 number or use this form to designate beneficiary(ies) for plan and submit completed form to your Human Resources Department.
- 401(k) Distribution Form: Contact Wells Fargo directly at 800-728-3123 to request the most recent Distribution Form.
- 401(k) Rollover Contribution Form: Contact Wells Fargo directly at 800-728-3123 to request to roll money from another eligible account to the Wells Fargo account.
HIPAA – Health Information and Privacy Notice
This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can access your medical information.
Wells Fargo — 401(k) Retirement Plan Web Site
Use this link to enroll in 401(k) Retirement plan or make changes to your account.
401(k) Enrollment Kit
This kit provides information to eligible participants to learn about your 401(k) plan features, investment funds, risk and return, and detailed description on the 14 investment options offered for your investment selection.
Catch-up Contribution Form
If you will be age 50 or older at any time during 2018, you can make up to an additional $6,000 pre-tax catch-up contribution during 2018 to your 401(k) Plan account if you meet one of the following plan limits:
- You contribute 50% (the maximum Plan contribution rate limit) of eligible Compensation to the 401(k) Plan for the entire year or
- You contribute $18,000 (the maximum dollar contribution limit) to
- the 401(k) Plan in 2018.
You are not required to reach one of the above plan limits before you begin making catch-up contributions, but you must be contributing at a rate that allows you to reach one of the limits in the calendar year 2018.
Wells Fargo At Work
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