In this post, learn how online enrollment events and resources can be even more empowering for employees and get some tips for making the switch successful.
Did you miss our recent webinar, The New Demands of COBRA? Our blog recap has you covered. See common COBRA administration mistakes, recent legislation, how to handle furloughed employees, and more, in this post.
The IRS has announced the new health savings account limits for 2021. Next year, individuals can set aside $3,600 in tax-free funds to save for the future or pay for medical expenses (up $50 from last year). Learn more about the updates in this post.
We talked with our partner, TouchCare, about their health care advocacy services and how members can make the most of those services during a time of need.
In this article, we cover the latest developments around Disaster Relief Notice 2020-01, including how it specifically impacts COBRA administration.
In light of the legislative changes taking place in response to COVID-19, ConnectYourCare recently hosted a webinar to give a detailed overview of what employers need to know about benefits administration in this critical time. We summarize everything you need to know in this post.
In this post, we’ll explain the range of telehealth services available today, plus what to consider when paying for telehealth appointments with a flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA).
We’ve created a list of helpful tips to continue to provide employees and clients with important benefits information in a way that demonstrates your sensitivity to the situation and support during a crisis like a pandemic or natural disaster.
Now more than ever, it’s important to remember that your emotional and mental health are just as important as your physical health. In this post, we’ll go into more detail about what mental health services and products qualify (or don't qualify!) for coverage with FSA and HSA funds.
Because the HSA offers so many tax advantages—tax-free contributions, tax-free earnings on HSA funds, and tax-free withdrawals for qualified medical expenses—the IRS requires specific reporting for these accounts. We’ve put together this easy guide to clarify how an HSA may be taxed and what forms you may need to file for your HSA.