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Final Rule Issues Standards for Insurers and Marketplaces in 2016 | IL Benefits Broker

By Linda Rowings, Chief Compliance Officer at United Benefit Advisors Recently, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Department of Health and Human Services issued a Final Rule with standards for insurers and Marketplaces in 2016, covering topics such as transparency in health insurance rate increases, formulary drug lists, drug mail order opt … Continued

PPACA’s Impact on How CDHPs and HSAs Work Together

Employer health savings account (HSA) funding strategies have changed in recent years in response to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and its impact on employer-sponsored health insurance plans.

UBA Compliance Recap March 2015

Coming off a busy February, regulatory agencies were noticeably quiet during the month of March.

UBA Compliance Recap March 2015

Coming off a busy February, regulatory agencies were noticeably quiet during the month of March.

Survey: Employer Contributions to HSAs Decreasing | Employee Benefits Chicago

Posted by: Bill Olson   United Benefit Advisors Health Plan Survey Finds Higher HSA Contributions Correlates to Increased Enrollment in High Deductible Health Plans In 2014, employees saw a 10 percent decrease in their average single Health Savings Account (HSA) employer contribution from the previous year, from $574 in 2013 to $515 in 2014, according … Continued

I’m Sorry… Really

There are some people who have no problem saying that they’re sorry. There are some people who rarely, or flat-out refuse, to say they’re sorry. And then there are people who apologize at the drop of a hat and profusely without truly being sorry.

I’m Sorry… Really

There are some people who have no problem saying that they’re sorry. There are some people who rarely, or flat-out refuse, to say they’re sorry. And then there are people who apologize at the drop of a hat and profusely without truly being sorry.

I’m Sorry… Really

There are some people who have no problem saying that they’re sorry. There are some people who rarely, or flat-out refuse, to say they’re sorry. And then there are people who apologize at the drop of a hat and profusely without truly being sorry.

Growing Pains: Why Adolescence Is About To Get That Much Harder | Chicago Employee Benefits

By Elizabeth Kay, Compliance & Retention Analyst, AEIS Advisors Employers that are growing up, and are in the awkward teenage years, are about to get a big surprise, and not the good kind. When a company first opens, they are excited when they first implement their benefit plans for their handful of employees. They offer … Continued

Getting the Most out of Your Vision Benefit

Did you happen to miss this webinar that was hosted on March 5, 2015? Are you interested in learning more about maximizing your vision benefit?