Commuter Benefits for Bikes Still Worth It, Even Without the Tax Break
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed the tax code. In exchange for lowering rates, though, the law also removed some tax…Continue reading
What Are the Latest Changes to HSA Limits?
Update: The IRS has announced that the family limit for 2018 HSA contributions has been raised to $6,900, which is the…Continue reading
What to Do If Your Company Receives an ACA Penalty From the IRS
Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), employers of a certain size must offer health insurance to their full-time employees.…Continue reading
Veterans’ Health Care: Mental Health Support for Transitioning Veterans
Veterans perform an unbelievable service for our country — but unfortunately, it often comes at a cost. According to the…Continue reading
The Benefits of Salary-Based Health Plan Premiums
Employer-sponsored health plan premiums are the most common form of coverage in the United States. CNBC website confirms…Continue reading
What Is Happening to the Children’s Health Insurance Program?
The Children's Health Insurance Program — otherwise known as CHIP — provides comprehensive health benefits to uninsured…Continue reading
Transgender Health Care: What Employers Need to Know
As an employer, you may be concerned about providing health care to your transgender employees. There are laws requiring…Continue reading
How Will the New Tax Plan Impact Employee Benefits?
On December 22, 2017, the new tax bill was signed into law. The bill itself went through several proposals in the House and…Continue reading
Repeal of the Individual Mandate Penalty: How Will It Affect Small Businesses?
In 2017, no bill was passed to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). However, there was one major change as part of the tax…Continue reading
Small Business Health Insurance: Is Off-Exchange Right for You?
Using the health insurance exchange isn't quite as confusing as it may sound. If you're a small business owner providing…Continue reading
Flexible Spending Account Limits: FSA Rules & Changes for 2018
In 2018, under new flexible spending account rules, employees may give an extra $50 to their employer's health care Flexible…Continue reading