As if your departments didn’t have enough to do before Dec. 31, IRS has issued a slew of updates for the new year. No worries — you’ll find them all here.
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Just halfway through 2020, IRS has already pushed out the limits for high deductible health plans (HDHPs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) for 2021. And we can tell you that you’ll be able to let employees sock away some extra money next year. New numbers your team needs Your 2021 thresholds, according to IRS Revenue […]
You may still be thinking about your summer vacation – or may even be on it! but before you know it, year-end will be upon us again.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) have emerged as one of the top tools to help employees manage their healthcare costs. So how does your plan stack up?
Although Republicans couldn’t agree on a wholesale Obamacare repeal bill, they did have consensus on one very important healthcare issue: HSAs and the changes that need to be made to these insurance vehicles.
Health savings accounts (HSAs) are one of the most valuable and versatile tools employees can use to control their health costs — and hold down your insurance premiums. They’re also one of the most underutilized.
Have questions about health savings accounts? IRS just gave answers to 42 of them. Is yours on the list?
Even if your firm can’t afford to offer a traditional retiree benefits package, there is something you do. And it’ll likely boost your ability to attract — and retain — top talent.
When the House and Senate approved a short-term government spending bill, the major story was how it ended a government shutdown. But for CFOs everywhere, there’s another story tucked away in the legislation.
Companies are still waiting for answers on what will and won’t trigger Obamcare’s so-called Cadillac Tax.
Reimbursing employees via debit cards can streamline your processes and boost participation in these healthcare cost cutters. Just make sure you pick the right vendor for the job.
Heads up: New contribution limits and other requirements for 2016 health plans are on the books.
The Dept. of Labor has announced the 2015 FUTA credit reduction states, giving you a heads up before Form 940 is due on Feb. 1, 2016.
Health plans that otherwise qualify as high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) won’t lose that status merely because they cover the cost of COVID-19 testing or treatment before plan deductibles have been met. That’s the word straight from IRS. And employees in those HDHPs can keep contributing to a health savings account (HSA). Feds expanded HDHP rules […]
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.
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.
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