Employers concerned about the Affordable Care Acts excise tax continue to consider adopting high-deductible health plans with health savings accounts.
The Supreme Court will hear a case this fall that holds implications for employers that still offer retiree health benefits.
American workers are increasingly satisfied with their retirement plans and interested in investing in them, a trend advisers and employers use in their favor.
Voluntary benefits are worth a fresh look. Here are five reasons benefit advisers should incorporate new voluntary options into client proposals.
Commentary: Blogger Mark Gaunya discusses a niche way some smaller employers might find appealing as a self-funding strategy to control health care costs. Its called a captive solution.
Obamacare reduced the percentage of U.S. adults without health insurance to its lowest point since 2008 even as the law remains unpopular with the public, separate surveys showed.
Commentary: Guest blogger Rich Fahn, a small business-focused benefit broker, gives advice for the challenging conversations brokers will have to have with many small groups as premium hikes are mounting.
Helping employers with benefits education is often cited as a key advantage of private health care exchanges, and while educating employees on their benefit choices was noted as a top challenge in a recent employer survey, only 2% of those surveyed have opted for a private exchange.
Commentary: Columnist Jack Kwicien notes that the future for benefits brokerages is unpredictable and tough, so one survival strategy might just be the private exchange.
Judi Carsrud is NAIFAs director of federal relations and she joins EBA to discuss the major issues their members have with current tax reform discussions in Congress and their advocacy efforts for NARAB, the bill that could streamline broker licensing.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a NAHU-backed bill exempting expatriate health plans from the ACA.
A multi-generational and increasingly diverse workplace, coupled with the ongoing adjustments of the ACA, has led more and more employers to consider the benefits of defined contribution health care models.
Julie Stich, director of research for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, outlines important legislation and guidance affecting employers in 2014 and discusses employer concerns that benefit advisers can help address.
Employers struggling to attract and retain employees have identified five compensation and reward strategies that theyre most concerned about implementing in 2014. Advisers, take note.
Unbeknownst to your clients, prescription drugs are likely costing them a great deal. As their trusted adviser, heres how you can help.