Just because your plan document says the HRA is not available to terminated employees, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s following the rules.
How you handle Leaves of Absence for Health FSA participants is particularly complicated due to the potential risks to the employer. Here’s how your company can cope with this tricky situation.
A POP is still a Cafeteria Plan, that means there are still rules and requirements to be followed.
This inquiry is becoming increasingly popular. Our guru, Gina, takes on this burning question!
If an employee gets injured on the job and files an L&I claim, do you keep him on benefits? There is a right answer, although it’s not always the one given.
Be it soccer, science or just plain fun, Gina tackles what summertime camps can be covered by a Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP).
When it comes to pre-tax benefit programs, there is no one-size-fits-all. Here’s an overview of the pluses and minuses of FSAs, HRAs and HSAs to get the conversation started.
Knowing how much to contribute to an FSA can be challenging. Gina offers advice in our Question of the Month.
COBRA administration is more than just mailing a notice to terminated employees. If you have clients self-administering, you need to read this!
COBRA requires an employer to prove a notice was sent. So, what’s the best way to get that proof? It’s May’s Question of the Month.