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Health and Welfare

New Individual Coverage HRA

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


Rolling Over Funds from One Retirement Account to Another

Do you have more than one retirement account that you would like to combine with another? Let’s review the facts to see if it’s possible!


12 Questions to Ask Before Contributing to a Non-Governmental 457(b) Plan

How to best use non-governmental 457(b) plans to gain wealth.


Changes to 403(b) Hardship Withdrawal Regulatory Changes

Did you hear about the legislative changes to 403(b) hardship distributions? NBS has all the information you need to ensure that you have the most up to date information regarding the recent changes to 403(b) hardship distributions.


Increasing Participation Rate for Your Plan

“Have you thought about how to increase participation rates in your 403(b)/457(b) retirement plan? You’ve come to the right place.”

Health and Welfare

Adding an HSA to Your Plan Mid-Year

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


Is a 457(f) plan right for your company?

Without the right people in the right positions at the right time, the mission of any non-profit cannot be accomplished.

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.


2019 Retirement Plan Limits

IRS released Retirement Plan Limits for 2019. See a summary of the retirement limits for your reference throughout the coming year.

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.”