On January 1, 2020, employers in Seattle with more than 20 employees (worldwide) will need to comply with the new transit ordinance. Here are all the answers to the burning questions about the Ordinance, and a key unanswered question as well.
This month, Gina answers whether a participant can be reimbursed for a breast reduction procedure.
We are big proponents of saving HSA dollars for future medical expenses, so this question caught our eye. The answer is fairly cut and dry, but with all things alphabet soup, there are some caveats.
Getting the maximum benefit of FSA reimbursement from orthodontia treatments can be tricky. Here’s our secret to success.
Last month we reviewed the new ICHRA, this month we’re exploring the new Excepted Benefit HRA (EBHRA). Find out what it is, how it works and which clients may want to make the switch.
What if you like your COBRA coverage better than your new employers plan. Can you just stay put? It’s our question of the month.
The list of eligible expenses for HSA & FSA reimbursement is long, but here are some general guidelines to follow.
Gina learned so much more about telemedicine benefits when she went to a recent TPA conference. Here’s our updated post with all her findings – and spoiler – the alphabet soup ramifications go way beyond COBRA notices.
A couple of years ago, the QSEHRA was meant to be the savior for small employers wanting to offer coverage. Now, it’s on it’s way out and making room for two new programs.
Telemedicine benefits are increasingly popular, but are they COBRA eligible?