We're excited to announce that ConnectYourCare was selected as a winner in the 21st annual Digital Health Awards® program. This competition, held each spring and fall, recognizes the world’s best digital health resources.
This blog speaks to an important need for employers, benefits administrators, and employees to sharpen their pencils…in order to sharpen their health savings account (HSA) skills.
In this infographic post, we’ll share a recent history of commuter benefits, some new legislation you should know about, and what you should keep in mind if you’re considering them for your workplace.
If you’re a registered investment advisor coaching clients who have retirement on the brain, you can encourage employees to leverage their HSA in a greater capacity to save for those inevitable medical costs later down the line. This post will do a deep dive into IRAs and HSAs, so your clients can build up their health to wealth strategy and be prepared for retirement.
The IRS has announced an increase to the health care health savings account (HSA) contribution limits for the 2020 plan year. The 2020 HSA contribution level maximum will be $3,550. Get more details here.
In this post, we demystify HSAs and how they intersect with Social Security and Medicare, so you can help your clients make educated decisions for retirement—from age 65 and beyond.
COBRA rules and regulations are often hard to navigate, and understanding COBRA can be a difficult task if you’re offering COBRA for the first time. In this post, we’ll give you a high-level overview of eligible and ineligible COBRA benefits, plus insight on COBRA and health savings accounts (HSAs).
Your daily trip to work can be a drain on your paycheck, but commuting tax deduction could change that. On January 1, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) increased the monthly pre-tax contribution limit for parking and transit.
The IRS has announced an increase to the health care flexible spending account (FSA) contribution limits for the 2019 plan year. The 2019 FSA contribution level maximum will be $2,700. Get more details here.
The IRS, DOL, and HHS have announced a proposed regulation that would allow employers who do not provide group health plan coverage to provide HRAs to employees to pay premiums for individual marketplace insurance through the exchanges.