What the Recent ACA Ruling Means for Employers

13 February, 2020

In December of 2019, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional. This ruling was made by a vote of two to one, resulting in some uncertainty among both employers and employees. The individual mandate of the ACA previously r...

Important Dates and Deadlines for the Affordable Care Act

05 February, 2020

As the new year is upon us, there are a number of important dates and deadlines to track. The Affordable Care Act has several deadlines to keep track of on your calendar. In December, the IRS announced that it would extend the deadline for employers to provide employees with their 1095-C or 1095-...

Get Ready for Winter With These 4 FSA-Approved Essentials

10 December, 2019

As the winter season approaches, you may be looking for ways to prepare for colder, shorter days. You’re also nearing the end of when you can spend any remaining funds in your health flexible spending account (FSA), so take advantage of this pre-tax money by stocking up on what you need to g...

Making Decisions Before the Plan Year Starts

29 October, 2019

Many employers are unhappy with their current benefit service providers, including the providers of COBRA, flexible spending accounts, health savings accounts, and other benefits they provide to their employees. Dealing with a subpar benefit service provider can make it difficult to give your empl...

Why Your Business Should Consider Offering Tuition Reimbursement

20 August, 2019

Tuition reimbursement is a benefit that some employers choose to offer to their employees. Also known as tuition assistance, this benefit provides reimbursement to employees for their higher education tuition. Most employers who offer it set a limit on how much they will offer in reimbursement. The...