Health benefits are an effective tool for attracting and keeping talented employees, especially those in a company’s upper ranks. Health benefits are also a highly regulated industry. It should come as no surprise then that the IRS wants to make sure that health plans don’t discriminate against any group of employees. To enforce these regulations, the IRS requires health plans to undergo annual nondiscrimination testing. The results can have a big impact on a company’s benefits plan and employees. Learn why nondiscrimination testing is important for employers and how it can affect your business and workforce.
Among the benefits that American workers receive, one of the most important options is COBRA insurance. COBRA allows workers to keep their healthcare coverage in case they experience a qualifying event that may cause them to lose coverage. For more information about COBRA insurance, see the following COBRA FAQs. What is COBRA? Now over three … More >>