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10 Perks That Appeal to Remote Workers

For the last 30 years or so, companies have been trying to find unique benefits and perks that will help them hire and retain a strong workforce. We’ve seen ping pong tables, nap rooms, on-site cafeterias, on-site daycare, concierge service, fitness centers, popcorn machines, beer - the list..

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3 Tips for a Successful Virtual Open Enrollment – Video

This video offers employers three tips for a successful virtual open enrollment.

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Chart of Flex Plan Changes

Keeping track of what is required and what is optional for flexible spending account plans can get confusing. This chart pulls everything together. When deciding whether you want to allow any of the optional items, keep in mind that you’ll need to work with your third party administrator to..

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How to Determine Eligibility for $600 CARES Unemployment Benefit

As employers contemplate how to design a reduction in workforce, many are considering how additional unemployment compensation payments will impact workers.

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CARES Act Impact to Employees with Student Loans

Our membership in BAN (Benefit Advisors Network) provides an opportunity to network with great companies across the country. Another BAN member, Tuition.io prepared a summary explanation of two under-reported benefits included in the CARES Act.

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Q&A: The Employee Retention Tax Credit

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides for a refundable payroll tax credit of 50 percent of qualifying wages paid by eligible non-governmental employers during the COVID-19 crisis.

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DOL Clarifies Coronavirus Exemptions to Paid Leave Laws

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires covered employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. However, for health care providers, emergency responders, and businesses with fewer than..

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The Medicine Cabinet Tax Is Repealed

Lawmakers used the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act to permanently remove the so-called medicine cabinet tax. This means that HSAs, health flexible spending accounts (“FSAs”), and health reimbursement arrangements (“HRAs”) can once again reimburse the costs of..

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