Benefits Buzz – July 2018
This month’s Benefits Buzz reviews the ACA affordability percentage increase, provides the 2019 HSA limits and outlines the administration’s plan for lowering prescription drug costs.
Benefits Buzz – June 2018
This month’s Benefits Buzz discusses the April 26 family health savings account limit change, highlights Department of Labor resources for mental health parity compliance and issues a reminder that the due date for the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Fees is just around the corner.
Benefits Buzz April 2018
Benefits Buzz – April 2018
This month’s Benefits Buzz discusses how to handle an ACA penalty letter, emphasizes the importance of reviewing your SPDs and offers tips for avoiding complex tax scams.
Benefits Buzz March 2018
This month’s Benefits Buzz examines the latest spending resolution’s effect on ACA taxes, provides details about new disability claim rules and looks at the new HHS secretary’s position on the opioid crisis.
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Benefits Buzz February 2018
This month’s Benefits Buzz provides an overview of two major employee benefits changes, highlights the Department of Labor’s annual inflation adjustments for civil penalties for 2018 and briefly explains a new tax credit introduced by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Click the picture for more information.
Benefits Buzz January 2018
This month’s Benefits Buzz examines the new rules for disability benefit claims, offers important Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting deadlines and looks at the latest tax bill’s potential impact.
Benefits Buzz November 2017
This month’s Benefits Buzz reviews the latest ACA repeal effort, explains why ERISA rules were delayed and provides an overview of insurance premium costs in 2017.
Health Care Bulletin
President Signs Executive Order Designed to Change ACA Rules
On October 12, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order intended to change certain rules under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The order would relax regulations on association health plans. This change would allow individuals and small business to purchase health insurance policies across state lines and avoid certain ACA requirements.
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