Open Enrollment: How to Find the Right Plan for You and Your Family

Brad CrouchBenefits Administration, Blog, Health Care, HR Topics, Human Capital Management, Payroll Services0 Comments

Open enrollment season is here and it’s time to wade into the murky and often confusing waters of insurance terms and accounts to find the right plan for you and your family. It can be a daunting task, so we’ve put together some high-level tips that might help in your decision making process: First off, check your past finances.  Look … Read More

Penalty Relief Pilot for Small Retirement Plans Begins in June

Robbie MossBenefits Administration, Blog, Retirement

The Internal Revenue Service will begin a one-year pilot program in June to help small businesses with retirement plans that owe penalties for not filing reporting documents. By filing current and prior year forms during this pilot program, they can avoid penalties. The IRS is reaching out to certain small businesses that maintain retirement plans and may have been unaware … Read More

Department of Labor clarifies Marketplace / COBRA eligibility

Robbie MossBenefits Administration, Blog, Compliance / Regulations

In a release from the Obama administration, announces were made to assist in the interpretation of worker eligibility for COBRA if they are participating in the Health Insurance Marketplace.  Below is a copy of that release. The Obama administration today announced updates to model notices informing workers of their eligibility to continue health-care coverage through the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation … Read More