We’ve summarized the top seven announcements from 2019 on benefits changes and legislation, so employers and brokers can brush up before the new year.
Assembly Bill 1554: New California Law Requires Employers to Notify FSA Participants of Withdrawal Deadlines
California recently passed Assembly Bill No. 1554, requiring employers to notify employees who participate in health care, dependent care, and adoption assistance FSAs of any deadline to withdraw funds before the end of the plan year. Here's what we currently know about this legislation.
ConnectYourCare is excited to announce the launch of the latest version of BROKERcommand®—our online client and proposal management tool. Read on to learn more about the new features, enhanced capabilities, and advantages for brokers who use the tool.
The 2020 IRS limits are here! The IRS has announced new limits for the 2020 plan year for flexible spending accounts (FSAs), commuter benefits, and adoption assistance programs. Get all the details in this post.
ConnectYourCare adds a new interactive resource to its 'Academy' series to help brokers, employers, and participants sharpen transit plan knowledge. See all the details in this post.
Sana Benefits is a fast-growing health care benefits company and brokerage headquartered in Austin, Texas. See how partnering with ConnectYourCare has helped Sana expand their client offerings with our COBRA administration and FSA solutions.
In this article, we’ll cover some sticking points when it comes to benefits compliance, so brokers can help their clients maintain a compliant environment as a new decade of health care navigation dawns upon us.
TouchCare will provide concierge services to ConnectYourCare participants to drive awareness and adoption of the consumer-driven offerings, as well as address common scenarios such as bill review and negotiation, care coordination, and open enrollment support.
This partnership makes way for consumer-directed health care and commuter benefit solutions on CommonCensus' robust benefits management platform.
There’s a common misconception among many Americans that Medicare has them covered for all health-related costs in retirement. But long-term care is a pricey—and often overlooked—retirement expense not covered by Medicare. This article covers long-term care and how an HSA can help offset the cost.