Health Savings Accounts:  Part of the 2018 Congressional Health Care Reform Agenda?

Health Savings Accounts: Part of the 2018 Congressional Health Care Reform Agenda?

Congressional leaders are currently sending mixed signals on whether they will make another attempt to fully repeal the ACA. That gives us an opportunity to take a closer look at recent legislative proposals involving a common feature of employer sponsored health insurance coverage:  the health savings account (HSA).

Tax Reform and Health Care – What Employers Need to Know

Tax Reform and Health Care – What Employers Need to Know

Tax reform passed both houses of Congress in December and was signed by the President on Dec. 22, 2017. Several weeks after passage, there is some misunderstanding about what is actually in the bill, especially provisions relating to health care. Here is a review of some common misconceptions about the bill and other details affecting how health care is funded or incentivized.

EEOC Wellness Program Rules Are Still In Effect, But Changes are Expected

EEOC Wellness Program Rules Are Still In Effect, But Changes are Expected

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) amended the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) to allow employers to offer incentives to their employees in exchange for voluntary participation in “health-contingent” wellness programs. The design of these wellness programs could include requiring employees to share personal information in order to show they were satisfying the terms of the given wellness program.

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