Intel US Retiree Information
This site provides retirement benefits and information for employees who have retired from Intel Corporation in the United States. This website is sponsored by Intel employee services.
It’s time for you and your family to review your retiree health benefit choices and make your Annual Enrollment decisions. Intel continues to look for ways to manage the ever-increasing cost of healthcare. In 2020, we are continuing to stay at the lower end of the market average, which ranges from 5-8% each year. Learn about the benefits available in the Intel Retiree Annual Enrollment Guide that was mailed to your home and choose the options that best suit your needs.
Your decisions are effective Jan. 1, 2020.
*HSA is not an Intel-sponsored benefit. Eligibility requirements apply, and contribution limits are set by the IRS.
For additional details and up-to-date information go to My Health Benefits at www.intel.com/go/myben
In 2021, the IRMP administrator will change from Cigna to Anthem. This change is occurring for active employees beginning January 1, 2020. We will provide more information and support during 2021 Retiree Annual Enrollment. While we understand change can be disruptive, we have a commitment to delivering the best overall medical plans for our employees and retirees. Anthem is partnering with us to improve the experience and outcomes while managing cost.
If you have questions, please call the Intel Health Benefits Center at 877-GoMyBen (466-9236) or visit www.intel.com/go/myben for assistance. Select the My Health Benefits link and enter your user ID and password to log on.
If you’re logging on to the site for the first time, you must create a User ID and password:
Passwords are not required when you call the Intel Health Benefits Center.
(For Jan. 1, 2020 effective date)
Medicare Open Enrollment (Oct. 15 – Dec. 7)
Non-Medicare Enrollment (Nov. 1 – Dec. 15)
Intel Enrollment (Nov. 1 – Nov. 30)
*Voluntary dental plan is not an Intel-sponsored benefit
Intel provides a variety of benefits to our U.S. retirees. Click on any of the following links to get more information.
If you have a change of mailing address, contact the Intel Health Benefits Center at the contact information noted below.
Intel Health Benefits Center* 1-877-466-9236 (1-877-GoMyBen)
*Includes Aon Retiree Health Exchange
ExpressScripts 1-800-899-2713 www.express-scripts.com/inteloe
Cigna 1-800-468-3510 www.mycigna.com
Health Savings Account – HealthEquity 1-877-307-0431 www.My.HealthEquity.com
Health Savings Account – Fidelity 1-(888) 401-7377 www.netbenefits.com/intel
VSP 1-855-663-2836 www.vsp.com/advantage
MetLife Customer Service (Dental) 1-877-770-4638
Fidelity Service Center / 401k 1-888-401-7377
UBS Service Center 1-866-785-4682
Intel Get HR Help Call Center 1-800-238-0486
The Intel Retiree Organization (IRO) (http://intelretiree.com/) was established in 2001 by a group of Intel retirees from Oregon and Washington. Today, over 50% of U.S. retirees become members of the IRO. If you would like to join the IRO and receive information on local events, social activities or a newsletter that is sponsored by your fellow Intel retirees, please join the Intel Retiree Organization.
If you have a change of mailing address, you will need to notify Intel Corporation by calling the global call center at 1-800-238-0486.