• HSA/HDHP 2021 Contribution Limits

    Each year, the IRS announces inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) and high deductible health plans (HDHPs). The IRS is required to publish these limits by June 1 of each year. These limits include: The maximum HSA contribution limit The minimum deductible amount for HDHPs; and The maximum out-of-pocket expense limits for HDHPs. These […]

  • EEOC COVID-19 Update

    Written by Ellyn Frankel  May 6, 2020 The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has provided additional guidance for employers restarting and ramping up their businesses. The updated guidance addresses likely restart issues relating to testing, confidentiality of medical information, and pandemic-related harassment. What Symptoms Can Employers Ask About? The EEOC updated its guidance to confirm […]

  • Webinar – Need Help Managing Absence Leave Laws?

    In this Webinar: Many employers are struggling to determine how to handle the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace. Join Marjory Robertson, Assistant Vice President & Senior Counsel, and Abigail O’Connell, Senior Counsel, as they discuss a variety of employment law and compliance requirements that apply when addressing COVID-19. They will cover issues raised under the […]

  • A message regarding coronavirus and virtual office visits

    To Our Valued Clients and Associates, We are in the center of unparalleled times, and myself and my entire staff want you to know we are here to help navigate these uncharted waters. We have over 25 years of experience in benefits, health and wellness solutions and we want to continue to be a trusted […]

  • 2020 Benefit Plan Limits

    Many benefit plan limits have changed for the new calendar year. The limits for 2020 are below: 401 (K) Limits Pre-tax contributions: $19,500 (up $500 from 2019) Catch-up contributions: $6,500 (up $500 from 2019) Health Savings Account (HSA) Limits Pre-tax contributions: Single coverage: $3,550 (up $50 from 2019) Family coverage: $7,100 (up $100 from 2019) […]

  • Voluntary Benefits: Employee and Employer Advantages

    Voluntary benefits, also known as worksite benefits, are the perfect way for employers to provide employees with a complete benefit package. As healthcare costs have continued to rise year after year, so has the demand for these additional benefits. Voluntary benefits allow employers to offer an attractive benefits package to employees without any additional cost […]

  • Benefits of Total Compensation Statements

    Though your benefits package may be quite substantial, your employees may not know it or may not understand some of the benefits you offer. Helping employees understand their total compensation can raise morale and may increase loyalty to your company. To assist your employees in fully comprehending their benefits package, consider providing a total compensation […]

  • Webinar: Using Care Coordination to Reduce Healthcare Costs

    In this webinar: Problem: Our healthcare delivery system is confusing and healthcare consumers are left on their own to navigate the system with minimal resources and tools Research shows 50% of people are confused, 24% of services are duplicated, and 61% of people self -refer and get it wrong…all of which leads to additional unnecessary […]

  • Webinar: Identity Protection as an Employee Benefit

      Attract, retain, and protect talent; safeguard your bottom line. Credit monitoring. Social media review. Dark web surveillance. PrivacyArmor is the employee benefit that maintains your staff’s — and your company’s — privacy and security. Proactive alerts and notifications help stop identity theft at its first sign. And with a $1 million identity theft insurance policy, your employees can […]

  • Trump Signs Executive Order to Increase Health Care Price Transparency

    President Donald Trump signed an executive order designed to increase pricing and quality transparency in healthcare. This move aligns with measures that the Trump administration has taken in order to address rising health care costs across the nation. In May, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a rule that would require drug […]