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.
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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.
Employee compensation goes beyond just salary—it includes all of the expenses you pay for each employee. Learn what goes into a competitive comp package.