General FAQ


  • Where should I send contribution remittance reports and checks?

    Please mail original contributions remittance reports with the contribution checks to:

    SAG-AFTRA Health Plan
    P.O. Box 54867
    Los Angeles, CA 90054-0867

  • What are liquidated damages and interest?

    Liquidated damages and/or interest may be assessed when employers fail to remit contributions when they are due and/or fail to supply the SAG-AFTRA Health Plan with the required information needed to process earnings and contributions. In addition, failure to supply the required information may result in the assessment of liquidated damages in the amount of 10% of the contributions due for each omission. Failure to supply the required information for 60 days or more from the report due date may result in the assessment of liquidated damages in the amount of 20% of the contributions due for each omission.

  • Can we be audited?

    We may audit the records of any employer during normal business hours.

  • Where should I send remittances under Commercials/Corporate/Educational & Non-Broadcast agreements that specify an allocation between the SAG-Producers Pension Plan and the AFTRA Retirement fund?

    Please send all remittances to the SAG-AFTRA Health Plan.

  • How do I pay contributions via wire transfer?

    Please submit to:

    City National Bank (Entertainment Division)
    400 N. Roxbury Dr., 5th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    ABA (Routing number): 122016066
    Credit to Account (IBAN): 123591771
    Beneficiary Name: SAG-AFTRA Health Plan (Accounting)

    If you have any questions, please contact us.

  • What happens if we make contributions on behalf of an ineligible employee?

    Trustees may require the employer and employee to repay the Plans the amount of the benefits paid on behalf of an ineligible employee if an employer reports contributions for an employee who did not render bona fide covered services. 

  • How secure is the Contributions Manager?

    To protect data stored in the Contributions Manager, we have implemented the following technology:  

    1. Secure login/encryption: Users who have registered for an account can only access the application through a secure protocol (HTTPS), which means that all communication between their web browser and the Contributions Manager is encrypted (AES 256-bit).
    2. Firewalls: A firewall prevents unauthorized access to or from our private network. We’ve set up web and network firewalls to block suspicious traffic and prevent common attacks.
    3. Secure servers: We have added several security layers to our web, application, and database servers in order to maintain the integrity of the data processed and stored in the Contributions Manager.
  • How secure is an employer’s bank account information?

    We use a Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) server to send and receive e-check information to and from the bank, which means that the information is encrypted. The folders and files used to store the information that is transferred are hosted on our private network, are also encrypted, and can only be viewed by the Plans’ accounting staff.