Nils Wright

May 13, 2022

IRS Sets Health Savings Account Maximums for 2023

The IRS has announced significantly higher health savings account contribution limits for 2023, with the amount increasing more than 5% for individual HSA plans. The new […]
May 3, 2022

Year-Long Benefits Education Yields Happier Employees

While most organizations ramp up their benefits communications about a month before open enrollment starts, the efforts often drop off at the start of the year. […]
April 28, 2022

How Your Employees Can Get Free COVID Test Kits

While COVID-19 cases start rising again, more people are once again likely to contract the coronavirus — and that usually involves getting tested. But for employees […]
April 21, 2022

Gen Z, Millennials Grow Disillusioned with Their Health Insurance

Surprise bills and billing errors are driving growing dissatisfaction among Millennials and Gen Zers with their health insurance, a new study has found.‘s “2022 Medical […]
April 12, 2022

Employers See Staff Drop Coverage, Sign Up on Exchanges

A surge in federal government subsidies has led many people to drop their employer-sponsored health insurance and instead seek out coverage on government-run Affordable Care Act […]
March 18, 2022

Flexible Benefit Plans Give Employees More Options

One way you can give your staff more choice in the employee benefits they receive is to offer them a cafeteria plan, which allows them to […]
March 10, 2022

Digital Health Benefit Tools Can Help Your Employees Save Money, Stay Healthy

It’s no secret that most employees do not fully understand all of their health insurance benefits, which can lead to worse health outcomes and them spending […]
March 3, 2022
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Your Staff Are Susceptible to Medical Identity Theft

Medical-related identity theft accounted for 43% of all identity theft in the United States in 2020, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. And the majority […]
February 16, 2022

Small-Group Market Remains Stable under the ACA

A new report has concluded that the Affordable Care Act, which took full effect in 2013, did not result in a significant change in the number […]