Okla. Admin. Code § 260:30-3-14 - Procedure for requesting Voluntary Payroll Deduction

Current through Register Vol. 39, No. 2, October 1, 2021

(a) A request by a state employee for voluntary payroll deduction for the payment of premiums for supplemental life, accident, and health insurance, insurance premiums for legal services, premiums or payments for retirement plans, payment of insurance premiums due to a private insurance organization, which is regulated by the State Insurance Commission, for an Oklahoma Long-Term Care Partnership Program approved policy pursuant to the Oklahoma Long-Term Care Partnership Act, salary adjustment agreements included in the flexible benefits plan, contributions to the Oklahoma College Savings Plan, membership dues in any statewide educational organization or association, payments to banks, credit unions, savings associations and subscriptions to the Oklahoma Today magazine, must be made in writing to the employing state agency. The request must include the employee's signature.
(b) A request by a state employee for voluntary payroll deduction for the payment of membership dues in an employee association may be made as described in Subsection (a) or may be made via online or electronically submitted forms. The employee association shall verify that the online or electronically submitted form accurately reflects the request of the state employee via email or another method approved by the Human Capital Management Division of the Office of Management and Enterprise Services, and shall forward a copy of such verification and membership application to the employing agency for processing.
(c) All forms for employee requests for voluntary payroll deduction, whether paper or electronic format, shall include at a minimum the employee's name, Social Security number, the amount of the voluntary payroll deduction, the vendor's name, and if applicable, the approved policy form number.

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Okla. Admin. Code § 260:30-3-14
Adopted by Oklahoma Register, Volume 31, Issue 24, September 2, 2014, eff. 9/12/2014

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