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We can simplify your clients’ administration, ensure their program can pass the ERISA coverage test, and protect benefits with a Wrap Plan bundling health and welfare.
Premium Only Plan (POP)
A POP offers savings to clients and employees, because of reduced payroll taxes and the ability to deduct insurance premiums or HSA contributions on a pre-tax basis.
Employer compliance with COBRA is mandatory and non-compliance fees can be substantial. We offer your eligible groups free COBRA administration, helping them save money and avoid fines.
ACA IRS Reporting
Help your clients with annual IRS reporting and related services like mandated employer letters, ERISA Wrap documents, Form 5500 preparation and filing, and more.
We have calculators designed to help you determine whether your clients are subject to ACA “play or pay” mandates, forecast potential penalties, and more.
Compliance content from our newsroom
ACA IRS Reporting Overview 2024
California & Nevada
Employers considered ALEs in 2023 must soon report on the minimum value health benefits they offered (or did not offer) to full-time eligible employees in 2023. Learn what’s reported, when it’s due, and more.
California Achieves Near-Universal Coverage, but Budget Deficits and Single-Payer Proposals Remain
In 2024, California achieved near-universal health coverage through Medi-Cal expansion. Despite this achievement and an ongoing budget deficit, a new Single Payer bill was introduced in February. Read for insights on the universal coverage milestone, budget challenges, and looming proposals.
CAA Pharmacy RxDC Compliance Requirements due by 6/1
California & Nevada
The Federal CAA of 2021 requires employer plans and issuers to annually submit reports outlining health premiums, employee/employer contributions, and pharmacy spending/utilization. Familiarize yourself with the essential reporting requirements and reporting methods before the upcoming 6/1 deadline.
CAA 2023 RxDC Carrier Reference – Submission Deadline June 1st, 2024
This resource is a reference of fully insured carriers’ approaches to facilitating the CAA Rx Data Collection requirement for/with their group plans, due 6/1/2024.