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Benefits Q&A: Will We Have to Submit ACA Forms Electronically?

Q: I received an email from our payroll company indicating employers with less than 250 employees may have to start filing their Affordable Care Act (ACA) forms electronically with the IRS starting next year. They

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Premium Cost Sharing: An Opportunity to Create Value and Manage Expenses

As you plan your strategy for employee health benefits, you probably focus on managing expenses through plan design changes such as higher deductibles and out-of-pocket limits, greater cost-sharing and premium cost increases. I’d like to

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Safety Q&A: How Do We Safeguard Emergency Exits and Routes?

Emergency exits are probably not something you think about on a daily basis. We typically take them for granted until everyone’s running for one. Still, exit routes are so critical, OSHA has Design And Construction

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Is It Time to Consider Self-Funding Your Medical Insurance?

The House Always Wins: Is it time to consider self-funding your medical insurance? You may feel safe and comfortable in your fully insured medical plan. But you certainly aren’t protected from large premium increases courtesy

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Safety Q&A: How Can We Help Our Employees’ Mental Health During the Ongoing Pandemic?

Hopes of moving beyond the pandemic and its vast influence on our work and personal lives have begun to diminish. For leaders, it’s important to continue monitoring and managing your employees’ mental health during these

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8 Ways to Reduce Overhead & Increase Bonding Capacity in Construction

Contractors are facing pressure from all sides – labor shortages, material costs, supply chain problems and all the other lingering effects of the pandemic. During my years at large bonding and insurance agencies, I learned

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Benefits Q&A: What COBRA Obligations Come with a Company Acquisition?

Q: Our company is in the process of being purchased by a larger company (I’ll call them Bigg Company). Some of our employees will transition into working for Bigg after the purchase is finalized, while

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