Questions about daycare FSA? Here are expenses you can pay for using your Flexible Spending Account (FSA), including care costs.
Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum: What's the difference? We explain the four metal tiers so you can make an informed choice when offering your team health benefits.
What's the difference between an HRA and HSA? Is it possible to have a Health Reimbursement Arrangement and a Health Savings Account at the same time?
What is an employment contract, who uses them, and when do you need to make sure you have one? Here are guidelines for employers.
If you’re a small business owner who is looking for an alternative to group health insurance plans for your employees,...
The small group Special Enrollment Period is a once-a-year window when it’s easier for small businesses to offer group health insurance to employees.
A dependent care flexible spending account (FSA) is a pre-tax benefit account that allows your employees to save for qualified dependent care expenses.
A Section 125 Plan, sometimes known as a "cafeteria plan" or “premium only plan," has tax benefits for both employers and employees. Learn what these are.
The out-of-pocket maximum is your out-of-pocket limit for healthcare coverage for a given year after which your insurance provider should cover. See what counts towards it.
PPO, HMO, EPO, and POS are different types of health insurance plans that people can purchase. Each plan is different...