It’s never too early for flexible spending account (FSA) participants to think about budgeting for medical expenses in the year ahead. Stay on track with our FSA spending calendar and make better health care spending choices throughout the year.
ConnectYourCare is excited to announce the release of its first benefits broker research report, “The Broker Guide to Refining Benefits Strategies for 2020 and Beyond.” See the official announcement and learn how you can download the report in this post.
It’s a new year, which in most cases means a fresh start for employee health care benefits. In this article, we’ll give an overview of HSAs, FSAs, and HRAs, with pro tips to help employers encourage participants to make the most of their accounts from day one.
In this post, we speak with Kristyn Lewis, Benefits Manager at Staffmark, to learn more about the company's evolution and her experience with ConnectYourCare.
Bringing “Health” and “Wealth” closer together through collaboration and integration: ConnectYourCare is excited to announce an integrated health savings account solution, together with T. Rowe Price Retirement Plan Services.
Holistic health care treatments like acupuncture, massage, and chiropractic adjustments are gaining popularity for symptom relief and pain management, and you may be able to use HSA or FSA funds to pay for them in certain scenarios. We’ve created a brief guide to eligible alternative health services and products you may want to try!
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.
While you are considering all that you are grateful for this Thanksgiving, don’t forget your health savings account (HSA)! Here are the top five reasons to be thankful for your HSA funds.
QSEHRA and ICHRA: The Difference Between Qualified Small Employer HRA and Individual Coverage HRA Plans
Health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) are becoming the hot topic of discussion as we move into 2020. If you've been wondering whether the QSEHRA or the new ICHRA are right for your company, we’ve prepared a guide to help you understand how they work.