NCBC is proud to sponsor a comprehensive benefits package available exclusively to our membership. We have partnered with FedAdvantage to provide a product line of insurance programs designed to enhance the benefits that are currently offered. Below is a list of our current and upcoming products.
 

Federal Benefits Analysis - This benefit calculator can help make tracking your retirement simple. This planning tool tracks your core benefits, both today and throughout your retirement. It helps track your retirement, including comparing all the different TSP withdrawal options. The analysis can run “What-if” scenarios when trying to determine the right date and projects retirement benefits and expenses throughout your entire retirement.

Supplemental Disability Insurance - Short-term, long-term or a combination of both available.  Underwritten by MetLife, these plans are comprehensive and affordable.

Medical Expense Insurance Plan - An affordable insurance program designed to reduce your health insurance out-of-pocket costs (deductibles, copays and co-insurance).

Life Insurance - Competitive Life solutions designed to compare your current FEGLI option B coverage.

Professional Liability Insurance - Designed to protect you against claims brought against you in the scope of your job.

Accident Insurance – Accident insurance provides benefits for covered accidental injuries, related services, and treatments. (Accepting enrollments now for coverage effective January 1, 2018)

Critical Illness Insurance – Critical Illness insurance provides a choice of $10,000, $20,000, or $30,000 lump-sum payment for a covered illness such as cancer, a heart attack or stroke. The cash benefits are independent from any claims or coverage provided by your medical insurance. (Accepting enrollments now for coverage effective January 1, 2018)

 

Visit the FedAdvantage website to learn more about our programs, get information on wealth management and retirement, and sign up for newsletters.

 

Coming soon

Pet Insurance Referral Program (early 2018)