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 increa ... 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

Will the GDPR Affect Your U.S.-Based Business?

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Coming in May 2018, the EU will institute its landmark data privacy legislation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - a piece of legislation that seeks to protect the personal data of EU citizens by regulating how organizations collect, store and process that data. Unlike the Data Protection Directive adapted in 1995, which did no ... Read More