Monthly Archives: May 2018

The DOL Rule is Mostly Dead, The SEC Proposal is Out There, and The Future is Murky

A death. A failed rescue attempt. An eleventh hour development on the horizon. Who says the world of healthcare is boring!? The attempts of the AARP and three state attorneys general were unsuccessful in reviving the dying Department of Labor (DOL) … Continue reading

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2019 HSA Limits Announced by the IRS

This update is hot off the presses! On May 10, the IRS announced that the annual limit on Health Savings Account contributions will increase by $50 for individuals and $100 for families next year. In 2019, the annual contribution limit for individuals … Continue reading

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Fiduciary Responsibility, Your Third-Party Services Provider, and You

Fiduciary responsibility. Liability under ERISA. Compliance. Seems a little daunting when it’s laid out like that, doesn’t it? As a government contractor it’s important to understand the risks and benefits associated with choosing a third-party provider to administer your benefits … Continue reading

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SEC Proposes its Own Fiduciary Rule

The DOL’s fiduciary rule has been a point of contention in the industry. Many financial groups claimed that the rule was overly burdensome and there was a fear of the rule driving up the cost of providing financial advice regarding retirement. … Continue reading

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