Earlier this month, the IRS released cost of living adjustments for 2018 based on the Internal Revenue Code. Some of these adjustments may affect your employee benefit plans. To stay up to date on these changes, download our free PDF.
The IRS released their 2018 adjusted amounts for health savings accounts and their high deductible health plans. All limits including individual coverage and family coverage increased from 2017 amounts. Download our free PDF below to find out the rates for individual and family coverage.
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.
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?
The IRS has released new FAQs on ACA Employer Mandate penalties that build on information released in January. Employers can now face an “A” or a “B” penalty within the Employer Mandate payment.
Read our FAQ details.