Since the widespread shift toward remote and hybrid work began a little over two years ago, a rapidly increasing number of employers have implemented and expanded their use of benefit administration
The Healthy Delaware Families Act was recently signed into law, which provides paid leave for three categories of leave: parental leave, medical leave and family caregiving leave.
Regulations passed in 2019 permit employers regardless of size to offer an individual coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement (ICHRA) as an alternative to offering a traditional health insurance
A properly designed wellness program has the potential to return $3-$5 in savings for every dollar invested in the program. Wellness programs can help prevent illnesses, reduce the costs associated
Today’s workforce has taken on a look different from that of the past, with employee demographics more diverse than ever before, including an ever-widening range of ages, racial groups and ethnic
The No Surprises Act provides that, when out-of-network providers cannot agree to a payment amount from insurers, the payment amount is determined by an Independent Dispute Resolution process. On
The Departments of Labor, the Treasury, and Health and Human Services issued updated guidance in response to court decisions that vacated some of the regulations governing the independent dispute
The IRS released final instructions and forms for calendar year 2023 ACA reporting, including Forms 1094-C, 1095-C, 1094-B, and 1095-B. Click below, as it is important to ensure the forms are filed
Ask the Experts - October 2023, Podcast
The IRS recently announced that the Affordable Care Act affordability indexed amount under the Employer Shared Responsibility Payment requirements will be 8.39% for plan years that begin in 2024.