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Kyle Von Ruden

Kyle has been with Hausmann-Johnson Insurance since 2008 and became an owner in 2016. He primarily consults employer groups on developing and/or maintaining their high level of benefits while controlling very important costs. Kyle works with various size employers, speaks publicly on alternative benefit strategies including HRA, HSA, FSA’s and proactively keeps his clients educated on the ever-changing Health Care Reform Requirements. He understands that employees are a business’s greatest asset and having a high level benefits program will undoubtedly help with recruitment and retention. He has previous experience as a Property Casualty Agent with Hausmann-Johnson, and a Commercial Lender in the banking industry. Kyle graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in Economics. A fun fact - Kyle was a member of the UW–Madison’s Men’s NCAA Division 1 National Champion Soccer team in 1995. In addition to actively participating in two SHRM chapters, he also serves on the Board of Directors with 4 local community based not-for-profit organizations (President / Middleton Chamber of Commerce 2017, Executive Director / Pet Care & Assistance Fund, Treasurer / Middleton United Soccer Club and Board Member of Work Plus, Inc.)
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Student Debt Relief: Innovation or Fad?

Author: Kyle Von Ruden

Category: Employee Benefits

Younger workers are challenging  employers’ status quo and I like it!  In today’s challenging labor market, employers are finding they need to “reinvent” themselves more than ever and it is quite a healthy exercise for our future workforce. 

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Legislative Brief: House and Senate Pass Tax Reform Bill

On Dec. 20, 2017, the tax reform bill, called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed both the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill is now expected to be signed into law by President Trump shortly.

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Legislative Brief: What If the Employer Mandate Is Repealed?

 

 

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires applicable large employers (ALEs) to offer affordable, minimum value health coverage to their full-time employees in order to avoid possible penalties. Because this employer mandate has been criticized as burdensome for employers and an impediment to..

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Pep Up Your Benefits Program With Pet Insurance

Author: Kyle Von Ruden

Category: Employee Benefits

Do you have a pet, or have employees with pets?  I bet the answer is yes.  It is true, pet insurance may be silly to discuss for some, but it is becoming something desired more and more by employers and employees.  (You may yourself be laughing as you read this, but I’ve been laughed at before..

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HSA and HDHP Plans Are Common Practice, But Why?

Author: Kyle Von Ruden

Category: Employee Benefits

As a Benefits Consultant, I value the opportunity in providing employers the tools they need to establish and maintain a high level of Benefits that best fit their company.  After all, employees are our greatest asset!  I’m not here to introduce breaking news, but simply bring awareness to a..

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Legislative Brief: Judge Blocks Overtime Rule Set to Take Effect December 1

On Tuesday, November 22 a federal judge issued a nationwide injunction blocking the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) from implementing its new overtime rule scheduled to take effect December 1, 2016.  The rule would have affected approximately 4 million executive, administrative and..

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Legislative Brief: DOL Proposes Changes to Annual Reporting for ERISA Plans

 

 

In this month's snapshot, Kyle Von Ruden discusses the Department of Labor's proposed changes to annual reporting for ERISA plans.

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Americans with Disabilities Act: Employer-provided Leave

Author: Kyle Von Ruden

Category: Employee Benefits

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has provided guidance on when and how leave must be granted to disabled employees as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This Compliance Overview summarizes the EEOC’s guidance on employer-provided leave..

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