As a recruiter or hiring manager in a world where the ACA is in constant turmoil, you might be thinking: can’t I just give new hires (or current employees for that matter) money to buy their own health insurance and be done with it?
The various ways a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) may be “integrated” with one or more group health plans was clarified in guidance from regulators.
By Gwen Cofield Bills expanding access to account-based healthcare arrangements in various respects were approved June 15 by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Ways and Means.
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Which is faring better in today’s health insurance market—health reimbursement arrangements or health savings accounts? To find out, United Benefits Advisors (UBA) surveyed more than 10,000 employers representing more than 5 million total lives for its special report, 2015 Health Plan Survey, “HSAs and HRAs: How They’re Doing. UBA broke out the survey data on how employers […]
By Gerry Leonard, President, ADP® Benefits Services As employers increase their investment in benefits technology, HR leaders may want to look at workplace benefits and related technology through the prism of the four ‘C’s: Consumerism, Compliance, Cost and Culture.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a ruling that allows employees to carry over, tax free, money provided by their employers for out-of-pocket health costs. Here’s what you should know about the new rule.