Good news for companies that offer a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) and a health savings account (HSA) … and their employees. More preventive treatments and meds for chronic conditions will now be covered before employees satisfy their deductible. That’s thanks to IRS Notice 2019-45. A few examples of what’s now in-bounds: Medications: insulin (diabetes), beta-blockers […]
You’ve just been handed an alternative way to afford employee health insurance: Let them buy it themselves.
We haven’t even hit the halfway point in this year, but IRS already wants you to turn an eye to 2020, specifically when it comes to your company’s healthcare plan.
Suspect you made a misstep in your 401(k) administration? There’s now a greater chance you can correct that on your own, without ever having to get the Taxman involved.
Your payroll staffers are going to be busier than usual! The Department of Labor (DOL) just announced it’s updating the Fair Labor Standards Act regs that control the regular rate of pay.
Just when you’ve got the rules down, they pull the rug out from under you! In recent weeks the feds have made two surprise policy reversals. And if you don’t keep up, you’ll get caught short.
You know it’s a great one-two punch for containing healthcare costs: Pair a high deductible health plan (HDHP) with a health savings account (HSA). These days more and more employees are signing on, which means more contributions for your payroll team to handle.
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