On June 19, 2018, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued a final rule on Association Health Plans (AHPs) – associations created by smaller employers in part to purchase health coverage at a reduced rate.
Meet CYC Experts: In this post, you will hear from our very own, Pete Caporale, Vice President of Operations at ConnectYourCare, and learn how his expertise in various areas of the health care and insurance industries continue to inform his work and benefit clients that rely on CYC services.
Consumer Directed Health (CDH) programs demanded attention across Congress this week as experts testified on the ways that HSAs and other CDH accounts can make healthcare for Americans more accessible and affordable.
When it comes to the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, also known as COBRA, what employers don’t know really can hurt them. Join us on Thursday, May 24th at 11AM EST for a free webinar explaining the intricacies of COBRA and how to avoid potential pitfalls for employers.
The financial savings for patients, companies, and taxpayers associated with health care services provided by nurse practitioners add up quickly. Learn why overlooking NPs could be a costly mistake for those trying to save the bottom line and empower consumers to make cost-conscious decisions.
The IRS issued transition relief on April 26, 2018 allowing taxpayers to treat the 2018 Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution limit for an individual with family coverage under a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) as $6,900.
Despite the wintery weather that made its way into the Time Square area during the show, we still had a very productive and informative experience at the 18th Annual Employee Health Care Conference in New York City. Here's the CYC perspective on the event.
The IRS has announced that the previously released maximum family contribution limit to a HSA is reduced from $6,900 to $6,850 in 2018. This change applies immediately and any family contribution to an HSA in 2018 over $6850 could be subject to taxes and penalties.
The Cadillac Tax has been delayed until 2022, which is likely good news for those that have funded HSAs, HRAs, and Health Care FSAs.
Recently enacted tax reform legislation will significantly impact employers' transit and commuter benefit programs. Learn what the changes may mean for you.