The information on this page is for SelectTime or Seasonal employees. If you’re a regular employee, visit the benefits site for you.

Enrolling & making changes

Start taking advantage of the many benefits that Intuit offers, or make changes to your current elections. Here’s what you need to know:

When to enroll
How to enroll
If you don’t enroll
Making changes

When to enroll

Medical, dental, vision, Flexible Spending Accounts, legal insurance

You can enroll in these benefits:

  • As a new hire. You have 31 days from your hire date to make an election, and your enrollment is effective 30 days from your hire date (which is a 30-day administrative period). For example, if you’re hired March 15 and process your election within 31 days of your hire date, your enrollment becomes effective April 14.
  • During the annual enrollment period every June. You’ll get detailed enrollment instructions with your enrollment materials.
  • Within 31 days of a qualified family status change.

401(k) and life insurance

You are eligible for the 401(k) Retirement Plan and life and accident insurance beginning on your hire date.

Mental health and wellbeing and backup care

You are automatically enrolled in mental health and wellbeing benefits and Bright Horizons backup care beginning on your hire date.

How to enroll

Medical, dental, vision, Flexible Spending Accounts, life insurance

Once you’ve explored all of the benefits options available to you, you’re ready to complete the enrollment steps.


Enroll in the 401(k) Retirement Plan at any time with these simple steps:

  1. Log in to the Empower website or call 844-INTU401. (If you are not signed in on the Intuit network, you will be prompted to enter your corporate username and password.)
  2. Select your contributions and investments. Contribute as much as possible. Try for at least 6% so you can take full advantage of the company match.
  3. If you are eligible to receive any bonus or commissions, you will need to elect a separate contribution amount for those payments. Watch this video or view this article on Insight to learn more about how to make a bonus deferral election.
  4. Designate your beneficiary. This is the person or people who will take ownership of your account if you die.
  5. If you’re 50 or older, save an additional $7,500 per year in catch-up contributions by actively enrolling through the Empower website. Note: You are not automatically enrolled in catch-up contributions when you turn 50.

As a new hire (or rehire), you’ll automatically be enrolled in the Plan with a standard contribution of 6%. Contributions will be invested in the Vanguard Target Retirement Trust Plus Fund that most closely matches your anticipated retirement year at age 65. You can change this contribution or opt out at any time. You can also request to withdraw automatic contributions made to your account within 90 calendar days after the first automatic contribution is first taken from your pay. To change your participation in the Plan, including opting out, visit the Empower website or call Empower at 844-INTU401.

If you do not opt out of the Plan or make an active election, your automatic contributions will automatically increase 1% each year on August 1 to help you reach your retirement goals.

Note: Your automatic enrollment of 6% does not apply to bonus and/or commission checks. If you wish to contribute and receive a matching contribution from your bonus and/or commission checks, you must select a variable deferral election. You can do this on the Empower website.

Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)

Special details apply to the Employee Stock Purchase Plan.

Legal insurance

Visit the ARAG Legal Center and use access code: 17929int.

If you don’t enroll

If you don’t enroll as a new hire, your coverage will be waived.

If you live in Hawaii: If you do not make a medical plan election, you will be defaulted into employee-only Kaiser Hawaii HMO coverage.

Making changes

Aside from the annual enrollment period, the only time you can make changes to your benefits is when you have a qualified life event, such as having a baby or getting married. Learn more about how life changes affect your benefits.