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  • Health Insurance Costs for Federal Employees to Increase in 2022
    Posted On: Oct 06, 2021

    Health Insurance Costs for Federal Employees to Increase in 2022

    Federal employees and retirees on average will pay 3.8 percent more for health insurance in 2022, a lower price increase than last year but still a noticeable cut to take-home pay for federal employees around the country. 

    “Clearly the administration did a better job holding down the employees’ share of premium costs in the FEHBP for 2022, and we commend that progress,” said National President Tony Reardon. “But we will encourage our members to prepare for price increases and use the upcoming open enrollment season to evaluate all of their options to decide which plan is best for themselves and their families.” 

    During this year’s federal benefits open season, from Nov. 8 through Dec. 13, NTEU members will once again have free access to the Consumers’ Checkbook Online Guide to Health Plans for Federal Employees and Annuitants. Read more


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