The Advantages of Pooling SCA and Non-SCA Benefit Claims ā€ˇShould Not Be Overlooked by Federal Contractors

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There is a common misconception, often repeated by so called "experts" in our field, that is preventing many federal contractors from maximizing cost effectiveness in the allocation of H&W dollars on SCA contracts. A recent article written by nationally recognized attorney, author and speaker Walter W. Miller explains how contractors can better ... Read More

IRS Releases 2019 HSA Contribution Limits

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The IRS announced late last week that the annual limit on deductible contributions to a health savings account will jump by $50 for individuals and $100 for families in 2019. The annual limit on deductible contributions will be $3,500 for individuals with self-only coverage, a $50 increase from 2018, and $7,000 for family coverage, a $100 in ... Read More

IRS Reverses Change to 2018 Family HSA Limit

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The IRS has reversed their March 5 decision to lower the 2018 HSA family contribution limit. The $6,900 limitation as the maximum deductible HSA contribution for individuals with family coverage under a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) who contribute to an HSA will remain in effect for 2018. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued Re ... Read More