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With COVID-19 turning the world and the healthcare industry on its head, we regualry write about the ways you can navigate the system to keep your business afloat.

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Updates and questions in the world of Employee Benefits

worksite benefits benefit everyone

Worksite Benefits Benefit Everyone

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Employees can choose from a number of insurance products to complement their coverage and to help achieve a greater degree of stability. Worksite Benefits (voluntary coverage) plans may be 100% paid for by employees or cost-shared with the employer. Here's why worksite benefits benefit everyone.
insurance coverage and coronavirus testing

Insurance Coverage and Coronavirus Testing

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As we continue to navigate through the effects of COVID-19, many questions arise when it comes to insurance coverage. Does your specific insurance cover testing? Does it cover treatment? How can I find out my coverage options?
what you need to know about 2020 1094/1095 filing

What You Need to Know about 2020 1094/1095 Filing

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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the IRS has pushed back the tax filing deadline to June 15, 2020, for individuals, but there have been no specific details into filing for 1094/1095. The only information they gave was that the 30-day extension that can be filed past March 2 can be extended an additional 30 days.
penalty a and b compliance

Penalty A and B Compliance

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If you are a business owner and qualify as a “large employer” — any company with 50 or more full-time or full-time equivalent employees (employees who average 30 hours per week) — there a few things you need to know regarding employee coverage. If you don’t comply with the regulations set for you, you will face significant penalties, which can quickly add up.
virtual care and the telemedicine revolution

Virtual Care and the Telemedicine Revolution

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During this time of uncertainty, there has been an increase in consumer demand for virtual healthcare services, which has put added pressure on providers and payers to expand delivery options for on-demand health services.
families first coronavirus response act

What is the Families First Coronavirus Response Act?

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In March 2020, President Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the initial coronavirus relief bill aimed at assisting families living in the United States. The new law requires small employers—those with fewer than 500 employees—to provide limited paid-leave benefits to employees who are affected by the coronavirus emergency. Small employers receive new tax credits and federal payroll-tax relief to pay for the new mandatory benefits.