As you use your benefit plans, it’s important to know where you can find the details about the plans that can help you invest in your overall well-being.
This page is your resource for accessing the Summary Plan Descriptions (SPDs), and any applicable Summary of Material Modifications (SMMs), for many of the Wells Fargo-sponsored benefit plans available to benefits-eligible team members on U.S. payroll. These documents describe various provisions of each of the referenced benefit plans, such as eligibility and enrollment, how the plans work, when you can make changes, your rights and obligations under the plans, and other important information. Click the applicable links below to learn more about these plans.
Note: The Benefits Book is revised annually and any changes for the new plan year will be described in the updated Benefits Book. The updated book is generally available in January of each year.
Other important notices related to the health and welfare benefit plans are accessible under the Additional Resources on the Plans and Claims Administrator page of Teamworks at Home. Important 401(k) Plan notices and disclosures can be found on the 401(k) Plan website; sign on from the Wells Fargo & Company 401(k) Plan page of Teamworks at Home, go to the Plan Information tab, and then select Plan Resources.
In addition to the benefit plans referenced on this page, Wells Fargo offers additional benefit programs. You can learn more about some of the other benefit programs available to you by exploring the Retirement & Stock Plans section and the Programs & Services section of Teamworks at Home.
Wells Fargo & Company 401(k) Plan SPD (PDF, 1.5MB)
Wells Fargo & Company Cash Balance Plan SPD (PDF, 1.1MB)
Summary of Material Modifications for the Wells Fargo & Company Cash Balance Plan 2015 (PDF)
Summary of Material Modifications for the Wells Fargo & Company Cash Balance Plan 2017 (PDF)
Benefits Book, Effective January 1, 2018 (PDF, 2.99MB)
The Benefits Book provides information on the following:
The Benefits Book was created as one combined PDF instead of other individual PDFs for each chapter. This makes it easy for you to search for information throughout the whole book. If you'd like to print a specific section from the Benefits Book, simply click the Print button on the toolbar and enter the pages you'd like to print on the Pages line.
*If you're enrolled in a Kaiser medical plan option, you'll receive a coverage document directly from Kaiser that details the coverage provided and any requirements for accessing services and receiving benefits under the applicable Kaiser plan. This information is not included in the Benefits Book.
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The information on this page does not contain all the official terms and provisions of the Wells Fargo & Company-sponsored employee benefit plans referenced above. Additional plan details can be found in the official plan documents. If there is any conflict or discrepancy between the information provided on this website and the official plan documents, the official plan documents will govern. If there are any errors or omissions in such materials, the plan administrator or its authorized designee reserves the right to correct such errors or omissions.
Wells Fargo & Company reserves the unilateral right to amend, modify, or terminate any of its benefit plans (or benefit options), programs, policies, or practices at any time, for any reason, with or without notice. Any such amendment, modification, or termination may apply to both current and future participants and their dependents and beneficiaries. Eligibility for or participation in the employee benefit plans does not constitute a contract or guarantee of employment with Wells Fargo & Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates.
Published January 2, 2018