Health care contributions

Your contributions to your health plans are made on a pre-tax basis and deducted from your paycheck each pay period, which reduces your taxable income. However, if you cover a domestic partner or domestic partner's child who does not qualify as a tax dependent, that contribution will be taken on a post-tax basis and the value of their coverage will be considered imputed income [PDF] so your taxes will increase. Refer to Adobe's SPD [PDF] for Domestic Partner eligibility information and to review Adobe’s Domestic Partner Coverage Policy Statement.

Per-Pay-Period Contributions—The amount you pay for your insurance each pay period.

2020 Rates

Medical Contributions

Dental Contributions

Vision Contributions