Benefits Buzz

Tag Cloud

Archives

Enter Your Email

Posted May 15th, 2018 in Employers, Producers
Two things happened in 1986. Run-D.M.C released their hit song, “It’s Tricky,” and COBRA became effective. Thirty-two years later, Run-D.M.C.’s music is still popular, and COBRA administration is still tricky—especially when it comes to Flexible Spending Account (FSAs). Add FSA carryover to the mix, and it gets even trickier.
 
Tags:
Posted May 10th, 2018 in Employers
MetLife recently released their 16th Annual U.S. Employee Benefit Trends Study, which sheds some light on changing employee attitudes and the need for a shift toward a more human work experience. The study provides interesting insights into what employees are looking for in a workplace and how their needs don’t always match up to their reality.
 
The Empowered Employee
 
Posted May 8th, 2018 in Employers, Producers, Individuals

There seems to be a lot of confusion about the status of the Individual Mandate, so we thought it would be appropriate to provide some clarification on its status.

Author: Larry Cassman
Title: Sales Manager - Individual & Medicare Sales
Posted May 3rd, 2018 in Producers
According to PEW Research, over 10,000 baby boomers are celebrating their 65th birthday every day, creating a bubble of opportunity for insurance agents like you. If you’d like to earn a six-figure residual income, look no further than selling Medicare Supplements with guided strategy from the Flex General Agency.
 
Here are five reasons why you should consider/continue selling Medicare Supplement insurance:
 
1. Large Market
Posted May 1st, 2018 in Employers, Producers, Individuals

On April 26, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced relief for taxpayers with family coverage under a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) who can contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA).

Posted April 26th, 2018 in Producers, Employers
This blog was originally posted on July 13, 2017.
 
Group health plans are almost always subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, also known as ERISA.
 
This means employers must follow certain rules, such as:
 
  • Providing participants with important information in writing about plan features and funding.
  • Establishing an appeal and grievance process for participants to receive benefits from the plan.
Close
Subscribe
Never miss out on blog posts
with the latest news and updates.