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  1. Google Authenticator

    Google Authenticator is now available as a multi factor authentication (MFA) method for accessing your online account. The Google Authenticator app provides you with a constantly updating MFA access PIN that you can use without having it texted o...
  2. Logging In To Your Tuition or Fitness Account

    1.  Go to sentinelgroup.com and select “I am an Individual.” 2.  Once on the Individuals page, from the login box dropdown menu, select “Tuition & Fitness Accounts" and enter your credentials. If you canno...
  3. Tuition Reimbursement

    The Tuition Reimbursement Program helps you pay for tuition and other educational fees. Common ways to use the program are to finish a degree, pursue an advanced degree, or enroll in a specialized professional training course or certification progra...
  4. Fitness Reimbursement

    The Fitness Reimbursement Program pays you back for many of the most common health and fitness services and activities, such as gym memberships, personal trainers, sports classes, and more. Keep in mind that this program is not a pre-tax benefit acc...
  5. Tuition & Fitness Plan FAQ's

    How Do I See My Claim Status Online?  Once you are logged into your online account you will be able to see recent claims listed on your summary page. You can also see claim history by selecting Claim History under My Claims menu option. To see...
  6. Navigating Your Online FSA Account

    Review the guide below to get the most from your online account.
  7. Will My Unused Funds Rollover?

    If your plan does not offer a grace period your funds may rollover to the next plan year. This provision will be part of the plan rules established by your employer. The Rollover  option lets you roll over up to $500 remaining in your accou...
  8. What is The Grace Period?

    A grace period is a timeframe in the new plan year during which you can incur new expenses and file claims. This timeframe, established by your employer, is up to 2½ months after the end of the plan year. If your plan year ends on December ...
  9. What is the Run Out Period?

    A run-out period is a timeframe in the new plan year during which you can file claims for expenses incurred in the previous plan year. This timeframe is established by your employer—not the IRS. While timeframes vary from employer to employe...
  10. Brokerage Account Transfers

    If your plan allows for Brokerage Accounts and you have set one up for your account, you are able to move funds from your retirement plan into your brokerage account.  Making transfers between your retirement plan account and your brokerage ac...