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Health and Welfare

Orthodontia and the FSA

Clearing up questions and making it easy to use FSA for your orthodontia expenses.

Health and Welfare

California Adopts FSA Notification Requirements for 2020

Beginning January 1, 2020, California employers may face additional notice requirements when offering a flexible spending account to employees.

Health and Welfare

2020 Welfare Benefit Plan Limits

IRS Announces 2020 Cost-of-Living Adjustments for Welfare Benefit Plans

Health and Welfare

Insufficient COBRA Notices Bite Florida Employers

When was the last time you reviewed the COBRA notices that are sent to your employees and qualified beneficiaries?

Health and Welfare

New Excepted Benefit HRAs Offer More Than “Excepted Benefits”

The DOL, HHS, and IRS recently announced final regulations expanding the use of HRAs. Learn what changes were made.

Health and Welfare

New Individual Coverage HRA

New HRA expands options and promotes flexibility for employers and employees.

Health and Welfare

Adding an HSA to Your Plan Mid-Year

What to expect when adding a mid-year Health Savings Account.

Health and Welfare

IRS Announces 2019 Cost-of-Living Adjustments for Welfare Benefit Plans

IRS raises welfare benefit limits in the Revenue Procedure 2018-57. See how much employees can elect for 2019 plan years.

Health and Welfare

“What is the Difference between an FSA and HSA?”

"As the industry shifts towards consumer-driven health care, great misunderstandings are revealed about the difference between an FSA and HSA.”

Health and Welfare

$6,900 HSA Contribution Limit Remains in Effect for 2018

Due to “unanticipated administrative and financial burdens,” the IRS has restored the HSA Family Contribution Limit to $6,900.