LifeLock™ with Norton™ Benefit Plans help provide employees peace of mind with comprehensive all-in-one protection for your identity, personal information and connected devices.
Everyday things like online shopping, banking and even browsing can expose personal information and make you vulnerable to cybercriminals and identity theft. LifeLock helps monitor your personal information and sends you alerts† if they detect potential threats to your identity. If you should become a victim of identity theft, we’ll work to resolve it. Norton’s multi-layered, advanced security helps protect against existing and emerging malware threats to your devices and helps protect your private and financial information when you go online.
Trust an employee benefit from brands who’ve been leaders in identity theft protection and cyber security. It’s the kind of forward-thinking that combines leading identity theft protection and device security against online threats, at home and on-the-go.
Learn more about this new benefit offering by reviewing the attached information and enroll during the special enrollment period!
No one can prevent all identity theft or cybercrime.
† We do not monitor all transactions at all businesses.
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Tax-Free for Employers
The IRS has determined that the value of identity theft protection that employers provide to employees is non-taxable. Therefore, the value of these services is not reportable and you do not withhold on government forms such as Forms W-2 or 1099-MISC.
Post-tax Deduction for Employees
Employers who wish to include Norton LifeLock Benefit Plans in their employee benefits programs may provide it at no cost to employees and/or offer it as a voluntary benefit, giving employees the opportunity to select and purchase protection with after-tax dollars. There are certain limited exceptions, and employers should evaluate any state and local tax consequences of providing this benefit.