Flexible Spending Accounts
Health care and dependent care costs can really add up. Flexible spending accounts (FSAs) allow you to set aside money to pay for some of these expenses. You set aside the money pre-tax which means that you do not pay tax on the amounts you elect to contribute. Cargill offers two FSAs – the Health Care FSA and the Dependent Care FSA.
Cargill’s 401(k) plan is a portable retirement account. You can contribute up to 50 percent of your pay on a pre-tax basis, after-tax (Roth) basis or a combination of both. The account then grows tax-free. Cargill matches a portion of your contributions to the plan.
Cargill's Tuition Reimbursement Program provides financial support for eligible employees who decide to take a college course or pursue a GED, undergraduate or graduate degree. The Program is designed to determine the appropriate opportunities that will help enhance skills, assume additional responsibilities or fit well with professional development plans.
Every new addition to your family changes your life. Cargill offers reimbursement for qualified expenses up to a maximum amount. In addition, Cargill offers policies for time off for new parents. New fathers and mothers, if eligible, may take time off under the Paid Family Leave Policy and/or the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), or may request a personal leave of absence.
Eligibility for benefits plans and program varies based on position and location.