Topic: Health Benefits

    Three healthcare resolutions for consumers in 2018
    By Alex Tolbert on January 10, 2018

    Looking ahead to 2018 Healthcare policies made plenty of headlines in 2017, but unfortunately, there won’t be much relief...

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    Three healthcare resolutions for Democrats in 2018
    By Alex Tolbert on January 5, 2018

    Looking ahead to 2018 After Republicans failed to repeal the Affordable Care Act in 2017, some Democrats might be thinking...

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    IRS delays 1095-C reporting deadline (again)
    By Sarah Weinstein on January 3, 2018

    IRS announces extension for distributing 1095-Cs to employees The Internal Revenue Service announced this week they were extending...

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    2018 healthcare resolutions for Republicans
    By Alex Tolbert on December 27, 2017

    Looking ahead to 2018 When it comes to healthcare, the events of 2017 were probably not what many Republicans hoped for. ...

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    What you should review after open enrollment
    By Emily Kubis on December 20, 2017

    How to determine if you have the right support Open enrollment can be a stressful time for many organizations, with a lot of moving...

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    Three health insurance landmines to avoid
    By Emily Kubis on December 8, 2017

      And how to help your employees or clients avoid them Most consumers know how confusing the U.S. healthcare system can be. From choosing the...

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    How much do employees spend out-of-pocket?
    By Emily Kubis on November 29, 2017

      Consumer spending on the rise Families spent an average of $714 on out-of-pocket healthcare costs in 2016, a figure which is growing at an...

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    Employers, here’s how to maximize your ancillary options
    By Emily Kubis on November 27, 2017

      Use technology to expand your benefits package without rising costs Most employers want to offer a competitive benefits package. But few are...

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    Should your benefits strategy include a Health Reimbursement Arrangement?
    By Emily Kubis on November 22, 2017

      Pros and cons of the ‘self-insured lite’ strategy What is an HRA? A Health Reimbursement Arrangement is a tax-advantaged employer-sponsored...

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    Sanders' single-payer versus Kaine's public option
    By Alex Tolbert on November 15, 2017

    With Democrats leaning left on healthcare, which proposal will win the party? Two Democratic senators have proposed different...

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