Sunday December 27th, 2020 President Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) into law. The CAA includes $900 billion of COVID relief measures. Highlighted below are sections of the bill that affect health and welfare plans – as well as next steps needing to be taken. If you choose to put any of these […]
With all the changes going on in workplaces across the country since COVID-19, your insurance and benefits needs might have changed, too. by: Vishal Jain September 15, 2020 Getty Images Like many Americans, you’ve probably seen your finances impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Maybe you were one of the 40 million-plus people who found themselves or […]
The IRS Released Revenue Procedure 2020-45 late last night announcing the limits for 2021. Most limits for tax-advantaged accounts remained the same for the upcoming year. The HSA Limits and HDHP Limits were announced earlier this year in Revenue Procedure 2020-32. Each updates are set forth below: 2021 2020 HealthCare FSA $2,750 $2,750 Dependent Care […]
Everything about COVID-19 has changed the way we live, work, and play. As we adapt and adjust to our “new norm,” we now have an opportunity. Since March, many state laws and federal laws have changed; as things continue to be confusing, there are few topics and ways that many employers, HR leaders, brokers, and administrators can agree on.
The following is information regarding the changes in COBRA Coverage. To see a detailed version please click the following link. https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2020-05-04/pdf/2020-09399.pdf III. Relief A. Relief for Plan Participants, Beneficiaries, Qualified Beneficiaries, and Claimants Subject to the statutory duration limitation in ERISA section 518 and Code section 7508A, all group health plans, disability and […]