Healthcare Flexible Spending Accounts (or Healthcare FSAs) can be a great way to help your employees pay for covered medical expenses. But what happens if your employees don’t use all their funds by the end of the plan year?
If both you and your spouse have elected to participate in either Healthcare Flexible Spending Accounts (Healthcare FSAs) or Dependent Care Accounts (DCAs), there are specific rules for annual contribution limits and the use of funds.
Did you know 5.6% of working Americans will experience a short-term disability (six months or less) due to illness, injury, or pregnancy on average every year? Or that the duration of the average long-term disability claim is 34.6 months (a little less than three years)? Do you have enough sick leave to cover that?
As we set our sights towards the new year and new decade, now is a great time to look at your benefits and plan for 2020.
With only 40% of employers in the United States offering paid parental leave, many women sign up for disability policies to help them financially while they recover from childbirth. Learn more about Disability Insurance: