Providing health insurance benefits to your employees can leave you with a lot of questions. If you have your employees contribute to their premiums, you have to know how to deduct the cost from their gross pay. But, are payroll deductions for health insurance pre-tax? Read on to learn the answer to this question and […]Read More Are Payroll Deductions for Health Insurance Pre-Tax? The Answer You Need to Know
Let’s face it: Health insurance is expensive. The average employer health insurance premium contribution—per employee—is nearly $6,000 (single) and nearly $15,000 (family) annually.Read More Can Employers Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance? Answers and Plan Options
Thinking about offering employer-sponsored health insurance? Sure, you could offer traditional group health insurance to your employees, but that’s not your only choice. There are several small business health insurance options you can choose from.Read More Small Business Health Insurance Options: Which (If Any) Will You Pick?
Do employers have to offer health insurance? Under the Affordable Care Act, you must provide health insurance if you have 50 or more full-time equivalent employees. If this requirement doesn’t apply to you, you might decide to establish a QSEHRA plan.Read More QSEHRA Plan: Health Insurance Alternative for Qualifying Small Employers
Most businesses offer employee benefits in addition to regular wages. Common employee benefits can range from different insurance options to types of retirement plans. Some employees have the option of opening an HSA. What is an HSA?Read More What Is an HSA? Everything You Need to Know for Your Small Business
When it comes to health coverage, there are a lot of options out there. FSAs and HSAs are healthcare plans that cover medically-related expenses not included under a traditional health plan. Do you know the difference or if you are FSA or HSA eligible?Read More HSA vs. FSA: What’s the Difference? (+ Quick Reference Chart)
As an employer, you can offer various benefits to your employees. There are pre-tax and post-tax benefits for employees to enjoy. One plan you can offer employees is a health, or medical, FSA. So, what is an FSA?Read More What Is an FSA? Your Q&A on Health Flexible Spending Accounts Has Arrived
Everyone makes mistakes. But, an error made at your business could be costly or even cause you to go under. You can protect your business with an errors and omissions insurance policy. Errors and omissions, or E&O, can save your company from certain customer lawsuits.Read More What Is Errors and Omissions Insurance?
Many employers use flexible spending accounts (FSAs) to help employees pay for their medical-related expenses. Years ago, the “use it or lose it” rule was the main guideline for how employees could spend their money. Under this rule, employees forfeit any leftover money to you at the end of their plan year. Now, you have […]Read More What Can Employers Do with Forfeited FSA Funds?
Health insurance is a great benefit to offer employees. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 71% of all private industry businesses offer health benefits. But, what happens when employees want to opt out of employer health insurance? They waive coverage.Read More Handling Employees Who Want to Waive Coverage from Health Insurance