What are the Details? In Notice 2018-16, the IRS extends the 2018 deadline from January 31 to March 2 for employers and insurers to furnish individual statements on 2017 health coverage and full-time employee status (Forms 1095-B and 1095-C). The notice also extends 2016 good-faith penalty relief to 2017 for incorrect or incomplete reports due in 2018....
A BLOG FROM BRIO BENEFITS EAP for Everyone! Would you make a hiring decision on a new employee if they were to ask for less than $50 more a year than your employment offer? Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) generally cost around that amount but for some reason access has traditionally been limited to only those...
A BLOG FROM BRIO BENEFITS Veterans Day Message Every year as the leaves turn a nice combination of orange and red, when a slightly cool nip begins to fill the air, we celebrate as a country the service and sacrifices that others have made for us and our nation. This Saturday, November 11th, we celebrate...
  Employers who are designing a health and welfare benefit plan for their employees often wonder about the rules relating to setting premiums for employees. Employers generally have significant flexibility in this part of their plan’s design. Employers consider charging employees flat dollar amounts, charging a set percentage of premium, or changing contributions based on...
On October 12, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order (EO) directing various departments to consider easing some health insurance rules related to small businesses, short-term health insurance policies, and Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs). Through the EO, the Administration aims to provide Americans with more affordable choices and allow greater control over their health care...
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