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The University's contribution towards the cost of your benefits is displayed in the "Employer Paid Benefits" section of your pay statement. None of the Employer Paid Benefits are deducted from your pay.
However, those Employer Paid Benefits noted with an asterisk (*) on the pay statement are taxable and subject to Federal, State, Social Security, and Medicare tax withholding. For example, the value of employer-provided group-term life insurance (BASIC) in excess of $50,000 is considered a taxable benefit added to your taxable wages and reported on your Form W-2.
Employer-paid portion of the cost of your benefit deduction. Employer-paid benefits include: