In order for your employer to reimburse you for your health insurance premium, you need to add the policy information to your PeopleKeep account with supporting documents.
How to add your policy information
Step 1: Log in to PeopleKeep and click on the GET REIMBURSED button on your dashboard.
Step 2: Choose what type of expense you’re requesting reimbursement for.
Step 3: Click on the type of health insurance you’re looking for and then click the GET REIMBURSED button.
Step 4: Once you’ve answered each question and attached the necessary documentation, click the REQUEST REIMBURSEMENT button to submit your request to PeopleKeep for review.
Your healthcare policy documents will need to confirm the following information:
- Type of health insurance- Your document(s) should show what type of coverage your policy provides, such as COBRA, Medicare, medical, dental, or vision insurance.
- Example:An insurance ID card that shows Part A/B, PPO, Medical, dental, or a document confirming the purchase of your COBRA, Medicare, dental, or vision policies.
- This year's coverage effective date- Your document needs to confirm that your coverage was active in the current year.
- Example: A document that says “coverage period” or “effective date” showing this year’s dates that also match your request date.
- Amount billed- Your documentation needs to clearly state what you were billed for the period you're requesting.
- Example: An invoice or two consecutive bank transactions showing the same amount.
PeopleKeep usually reviews requests within 1-2 business days. We'll let you know if we were able to verify the information or if additional information is needed.
Once your policy is verified, PeopleKeep will automate that by setting it up as an ongoing expense for the rest of this year so you don't need to submit documentation each month.
You'll only need to submit a policy reimbursement request once each calendar year. PeopleKeep will remind you when it’s time to submit a request for the new year.
PeopleKeep doesn’t directly connect with your insurance company. This means it’s your responsibility to make your premium payments and update your policies if you experience changes in coverage or rates.