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New York State DBL Quick Reference Guide

New York State law requires employers provide a disability benefit for their employees should they become unable to work due to an off-the-job related illness or injury. Download our free PDF to view the various benefits outlined in this reference guide.

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NYS Paid Family Leave Updated Fact Sheet

Paid Family Leave (PFL) legislation begins in New York on January 1, 2018 as NYS joins California, New Jersey, and Rhode Island as the first states to implement such policy. All employers in the private sector operating in New York State, regardless of the number of employees, must enact the Paid Family Leave benefit.  Click below to make sure you are up to date on the Paid Family Leave developments. 

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2017 Second Quarter Compliance Bulletin

2017 has brought plenty of proposed healthcare legislation and everything from Employer Mandate developments to NYS Paid Family Leave. Click below to download the PDF to make sure you are up to date with all your healthcare needs.

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New Fiduciary Rules Impact Some HSAs

Recent regulations expanded the types of advice and circumstances that result in fiduciary status. The rules, in part, require fiduciaries to act in the best interest of plan participants with regards to HSAs and investments. Click below to find out if you are being protected.

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PCOR Fee Filing Reminder For Self-Insured Plans

The PCOR filing deadline is July 31, 2017 for all self-funded medical plans and HRAs for plan years ending in 2016. Do not miss out on this opportunity to check out if the changes in self-funded medical plans apply to your company.

The IRS also issued FAQs that help to address how the PCOR fee works with a self-insured health plan on a short plan year.

Does the PCOR fee apply to an applicable self-insured health plan that has a short plan year?
What is the PCOR fee for the short plan year?

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