We can often consolidate your benefits bills into a single unified bill, reducing the amount of administrative time spent reviewing invoices and writing checks. A consolidated bill is paid once per month and we handle the payments to the insurance companies in a timely and efficient manner. Not available with all insurance companies.
Many recent college graduates aren’t able to start saving for their futures, like retirement or buying a home, because they are still stuck in the past: paying off their student loans. As unemployment sits low [...]
The non-discrimination test, also called a compliance test, is required for all Medical FSA, Dependent Care Accounts, and Pre-tax of Premiums under section 125 of the IRS code. You can read part one of the article on [...]