Fringe Benefits
1986 

The following breakdown represents the estimated value of so-called fringe benefits accruing to operating employees with annual wages of $42,000 or more during the calendar year of 1986. The money values set forth are computed on costs actually known as of January 1, 1986.

  PAID BY THE CARRIER

PER YEAR

# DURING MONTH
  Railroad Retirement 

$7,649.25

$ 637.44

  Supplemental Pension

530.04

44.17

  Unemployment 

576.00

48.00

  Health Plan (GA-23000)

2,606.76

217.23

  Health Plan - Retiree 

121.44

10.12

  Dental Plan

202.56

16.88

1/ Vacations

2,940.00

245.00

1/ Holidays

1,516.44

126.37

2/ Other

649.56

54.13

   

$ 16,792.05

$1,399.34

RAILROAD RETIREMENT TAX
PAID BY EMPLOYEE 

$ 4,341.75

$ 361.81

   
* $42,000 represents the minimum annual wage subject to a maximum railroad retirement tax.
# Per year total divided on a pro-rata basis per calendar month and rounded to the nearest 1 cent equivalent.
1/ Taxable to employee as income.
2/ Includes jury duty pay, bereavement pay, 150,000 AD&D and liability insurance along with other miscellaneous items attributable to fringe benefits.