Welcome to BRI! We created this page to help you manage your account(s) to get the most out of your benefits plans. We recommend bookmarking the page for future reference.
BRIWEB provides you with everything you need to manage your account(s). You can:
How to Register: Select the blue “Register an Account” link. You will need to provide basic identifying information that’s available in your “Welcome to Benefit Resource!” email.
Improve your BRI experience by taking advantage of these three key things.
You can purchase products and services that are eligible under the plan(s) that you are enrolled in. A quick summary of what’s eligible under each plan type is below.
Eligible medical expenses are governed by Section 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code. It may include the full list of items below or a subset, depending on how your employer structured your plan. Examples include:
IRS Section 132(f) governs the eligibility of mass transit and parking Commuter Benefit Plan expenses. Expenses must be for you, NOT your spouse or dependent, and must be related to your work commute.
Tolls, fuel, mileage, and taxis/solo ride hails are NOT considered eligible.
IRS Publication 503 governs the eligibility of Dependent Care FSA expenses.
Common eligible dependent care expenses include:
Click the button below to learn more and access a searchable list of eligible expenses.
Plan Highlights provide a simplified overview of how your plan operates. They are a great resource for you to quickly learn about the requirements, limitations, and deadlines related to your plan. Find them in the Documents section of BRIWEB or request a copy from your employer.
If you’ve enrolled in a carded plan, your Beniversal® or eTrac® Prepaid Mastercard will arrive in a plain white envelope toward the start of your plan year. Sign and activate your card to start using it, and take advantage of some of the exclusive features available to you.
Adding your Beniversal Card to Apple Pay®, Google Pay®, or Samsung Pay® offers you a convenient and efficient way to pay for pre-tax healthcare and commuter benefit expenses at contactless registers and payment turnstiles (i.e., MTA’s OMNY terminals). This seamless integration enables quick and secure transactions, ensuring that eligible expenses are paid directly from your pre-tax benefit accounts.
Follow the appropriate process below to add a new card.
Note: In order to complete registration, the mobile phone number associated with your digital wallet must be on file with BRI. Check your Profile on BRIWEB to make sure that it is.
This FREE service, available to all Beniversal Cardholders, scours the Internet for credentials and provides end-to-end, white-glove resolution services to restore consumer identities. This protection isn’t limited to just your Beniversal card; you can protect personal credit or debit cards, health/vision/dental ID numbers, your social security number, driver’s license, passport, bank account numbers, email addresses, and more!
To get started, click the link below and enter the first 6 digits of your Beniversal Card. Then, just determine what information, cards, and accounts you want to be monitored.
HealthLock is a service offered by Mastercard that helps protect cardholders’ medical data and monitors their medical claims for errors, fraud, and overbilling.
BRI Beniversal cardholders can have access to HealthLock’s Medical Claim Monitor FREE of charge. To receive the Medical Claim Auditor and/or Medical Claim Saver, an additional monthly fee is required after the initial 90-day trial provided when you first sign up. A payment method is required in case the member decides to request bill negotiation services.
Click the button below to learn more about the Beniversal/eTrac Card.
If you have paid out of pocket by not using your Beniversal card or you are submitting for dependent care expenses, you can submit a claim in under 5 minutes, and you can do it all from your phone or laptop. Learn more by clicking the buttons below.
View the status of your claims through BRIMOBILE or BRIWEB. Track your purchases and see the status of recently submitted claims so you know what’s happening each step of the way.
If you receive a receipt request from BRI, you can respond to it using one of three methods:
Supporting documents you submit must include: the provider name, type of service, date of service, and cost of service.
You will be sent up to 4 notices by BRI (via mail and/or email based on your notification preference) detailing the transaction that requires additional documentation. If you fail to respond after the final notice, your card will be suspended. Additionally, the expense will be considered an overpayment by the IRS, which will be included as taxable income on your next W-2 at the close of the plan year.
BRI offers a large spectrum of educational resources to help you to take greater control of your benefits. Our Resource Center puts the tools in your hands to stretch your dollar and ensure peace of mind.
Have questions about how your benefits work? You’re likely not the only one! Get the rundown on everything you need to know about your benefits by accessing our large FAQ database.
We hope that by gathering the basic resources and tools in one spot for you, it makes setting up your benefits quick and easy. Once again, welcome to BRI – we’re glad you’re here! If you need additional assistance, we are available by phone, live chat, and email.