The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) generally requires insurers to provide you with testing for or related to COVID-19 without paying out of pocket expenses.
FTE stands for full-time equivalent, and it’s a way for employers to measure how many full-time employees they have, along...
Health insurance plans are something you can have more than one of. Individuals can have coverage under an employer-based plan...
Part-time employees are eligible for health insurance, if the employer chooses to offer it. However, federal law does not require employers to offer health insurance to part-time employees, so here's what you need to know.
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Employer contributions help spread out the cost of health insurance between employees and employers so it’s easier for both sides to handle. Learn more about how employer health insurance works and what percentage employers have to pay.
A high deductible health plan (HDHP) is a health insurance plan that offers lower premiums but higher deductibles than more traditional plans. It’s also the type of plan you need to have if you want to be able to contribute money to an HSA.
It’s that time of year again: open enrollment! The Open Enrollment Period (OEP) is generally the only time of year...
If you're an employer that offers health benefits, here's what you need to know about open enrollment.
If you provide your employees with health insurance, make sure it meets minimum essential coverage (MEC). Here's what you need to know.