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YOUR B ENE F I T S NEWS L E T T E R

C H E V R ON P H I L L I P S C H E M I C A L COM PAN Y L P ( C H E V R ON P H I L L I P S C H E M I C A L )

JUNE 2015

Save Money –

Sometimes, we all need help making health care decisions. Should

you call your doctor or go to an emergency room (ER)? While your

immediate health and safety are always first priorities, knowing your

available options ahead of time can help you make the best decision

regarding your treatment and may save you valuable time and money

in the long run.

WALK-IN CLINICS

Walk-in clinics cost the least and are a good option for common minor

ailments. You can find these walk-in clinics at local drug stores and

supermarkets like CVS/pharmacy

®

, Walgreens and HEB. These locations

are staffed by nurse practitioners or physician’s assistants supervised by

physicians, and no appointment is needed.

Consider going to an affordable walk-in clinic for:

Coughs, sore throats, cold or flu symptoms

Allergies or mild asthma

Eye or ear infections

Vaccinations

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WHAT’S

INSIDE:

Save Money — How to

Choose Between an ER,

Urgent Care or Walk-in Clinic

Save on Your Home and

Auto Insurance

Free Will Preparation Service

for CPChem Supplemental Life

Insurance Participants

An Easier Way to Manage

Diabetes

New Income+ Feature From

Financial Engines

Free Social Security Planning

Tool From Financial Engines

Healthy Discounts for

Medical Plan Participants

Your Future is a Big Deal —

A Little Guidance From

Fidelity Can Help

Thinking About a Roth

In-Plan Conversion?

New 401(k) Partial

Lump-Sum Distribution Option

Another Strong 401(k)

Profit-Sharing Contribution

From CPChem

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How to Choose Between an

ER, Urgent Care or Walk-in Clinic

Important Dates

Date

Activity

Throughout 2015

• CPChem medical plan participants: Please remember to take

advantage of your free medical preventive visit

• Contribute to the CPChem 401(k) Plan to earn Company

Match and potential profit-sharing contributions

August 2015

2015 Total Rewards Statements mailed to your home

October 2015

2016 Health Benefits Open Enrollment

December 31, 2015 Last day to incur FSA expenses for 2015

March 31, 2016

Last day to request reimbursement for 2015 expenses