Sometimes one question leads to another. Here is a string of questions we get often with respect to Flexible Spending Account programs. It’s our question of the month.
Medical Cost Sharing Plans, also known as health sharing plans, are a way for employees to trim benefits costs. But it’s important to understand the limitations and rules – or lack thereof – before making the switch from a traditional group medical plan.
This is a question we get a lot this time of year. And this year we have a great new answer.
Why did we wait so long to form this partnership and why is it a win for everyone? Here are the answers to these burning questions.
Sometimes there is a fine line between what is considered an eligible expense. Gina answers the question of when an item crosses that eligibility line.
We may sound like a broken record, but for the multitudes who will ask, here is the resounding answer regarding employers paying for Medicare premiums.
When an employee terminates, pre-tax programs don’t necessarily follow the same timelines as medical plans. Gina explains.
We’ve long preached that you can’t contribute to an HSA once you enroll in Medicare, but with every federal program, it’s not so cut and dried. Gina explains.
Hospital indemnity plans can help pay for hospital stays, but are they a COBRA eligible benefit? Gina has the answer.
The National Health Emergency may be ending, but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods quite yet. Gina explains.