The IRS has announced the new health savings account limits for 2022. Next year, individuals can set aside $3,650 in tax-free funds to save for the future or pay for qualified medical expenses (up $50 from last year). Learn more about the updates in this post.
If the 2020 benefit year taught us anything, it’s that we can’t have too many virtual tools in our benefit toolbelts. If you had a chance to check out our previous Broker Tech Check blog, we covered compliance technology, virtual enrollment, and online management solutions. In this article, we’ll dive a little deeper to help you continue to refine your technology recommendations in this year and beyond.
It’s that time of year again: You are focused on open enrollment and building the best possible benefit programs. You may even be putting certain compliance solutions in place to help protect your benefits and comply with federal laws. But when was the last time you updated your Section 125 Premium Only Plan document (POP document)?
What makes a successful business partnership? Never discount the three “T’s” of teamwork, trust, and timing in the process. We share this and more in our latest blog, plus a link to our brand-new Implementation Timeline Overview built on proven practices.
We take a close look at some recent popular reading choices that are great for benefits brokers, employers, HR professionals, and participants looking to gain a deeper understanding of the health care system today, and what’s coming in the future.
Maximize your retirement savings with both an HSA and 401(k). In this article, we'll highlight how these accounts work together in a health-to-wealth approach to help participants round out their retirement strategy.
We created this HSA investing article to cover the basics of how and why you might choose to invest HSA funds to grow your health care savings over time. By investing in your HSA, you are also investing in your health and well-being later in life!
In recent years, health care payment card usage has skyrocketed. These cards are, no doubt, a convenient way to pay for eligible items and services. But how do these cards work? And what does the future hold for this payment option? We’ll cover the benefits of using a payment card, dive deeper into how they work, and discuss payment options of the future.
In this interview excerpt, we spoke with John Newcome, Vice President and Consultant at KELLY Benefits Strategies, as he shares some of the keys to KELLY’s success over the years, his projections for the future of the benefits industry, and how ConnectYourCare has played a role in helping them serve the needs of their clients.
With the help of our COBRA experts, we created a brief-but-detailed guide to COBRA administration in our latest eBook, COBRA Administration For Dummies®, ConnectYourCare Special Edition. Learn about our recent release in this blog post.