Not everything is set in stone when employees select their health benefits during open enrollment. Employers and advisors, you’ll want to read our latest blog to help communicate the flexibility your employees have when it comes to certain life-changing events.
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.
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 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).
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.
FAQs in the Moment: How COVID-19 and the CARES Act Impact Health Accounts, Lifestyle Spending Accounts, Child Care, and More
In this post, we answer your top COVID-related questions around lifestyle spending accounts, FSAs, HSAs, commuter benefits, child care, and the recently passed CARES Act.
President Donald Trump on Friday, March 27, signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), which includes important provisions for users of HSAs, FSAs, and HRAs.
No matter what time of year you offer your benefits enrollment, it’s very likely that your employees may already be a bit hazy on what they signed up for in the months prior. With these tips, you should be in good shape to keep benefits communications flowing easily and effectively throughout the year!