On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed into law a stimulus package to address the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Employers Council on Flexible Compensation (ECFC) is lobbying for a number of measures related to consumer-directed health plans (CDHPs). Here is a summary.
The IRS confirmed that contributions to health savings accounts (HSAs) will be accepted up to the new filing deadline of July 15, 2020.
The Families First Coronavirus Act (FFCRA) will have significant impact on employers, with two types of paid-leave requirements.
In this article, we provide answers to a number of questions we've been asked by our administrator clients regarding the legal and regulatory rules and impact surrounding COVID-19 and the CDH industry.
Coronavirus testing and treatment are covered by high-deductible health plans and can be paid for with pre-tax HSA funds. Learn more about the new notice from the IRS.
From increased tax-advantaged account options to more robust commuter benefits, we outline details of the proposed or passed healthcare legislation from 2019 and how it will make an impact in 2020.
To the relief of many employers and health plans, the Cadillac tax, a controversial part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), was repealed on Dec. 20, 2019.
The IRS has released cost-of-living adjustments for 2020 limits for FSAs and commuter benefit accounts.
The Treasury Department and IRS have been directed to consider ways to expand the use and flexibility of HSAs and High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) consistent with the provisions of section 223 and the appropriate standard for preventive care under section 223(c)(2)(C). In response, on July 17, the departments, in consultation with HHS, published a list of certain medical care services received and items purchased for certain chronic conditions to be classified as preventative care for someone with that chronic condition.