Employee Services News

The ASIFlex Card differs from traditional payment cards in two ways: You can use it only to purchase eligible health care expenses and, in most cases, you must save and send your receipts to ASIFlex to substantiate your purchases and keep your card...
Get ready for a new, simplified online tool to help you enroll or re-enroll in your benefits plans this Open Enrollment, Monday, April 28 – Friday, May 16.
Here are some of the changes you can expect to your benefit plans starting July 1:
The new Employee Services website tailors information for eight different CU employee types and business roles. The result: CU employees only see the information they need.
The University of Colorado's faculty and staff benefits packages ranked among the top 25 percent in an analysis of programs offered by CU and 15 similar competitors, according to a 2013 study by consulting firm Aon Hewitt.
Did you know that Employee Services offers more than benefits and payroll services to CU employees?
Didn’t get your W-2? Looking for your Form 1042-S? Find out what to do.
Colorado families who earned less than about $50,000 in 2013 could be eligible for up to $6,000 or more in tax refunds from the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and other tax benefits.
Got a nagging financial question? Let Employee Services connect you with a qualified financial professional from one of the university’s retirement plan investment sponsors.
CU’s PERA members can take advantage of a set of workshops, March 4-27, on all CU campuses.