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About The Boon Group

The Boon Group® is a full service employee benefits company specializing in the design, implementation and administration of cost-effective fringe benefit plans for federal, state and local government contractors. Since 1982, The Boon Group has developed a partnership philosophy that expands beyond the products and services we offer. We stand with the employers and employees who, just like all who work at The Boon Group, are faced with the daunting task of navigating the U.S. healthcare system. Together, we can find a better way for all Americans to access healthcare. The Boon Group, Inc. is the parent holding company of The Boon Insurance Agency, Inc., Boon Administrative Services, Inc. (formerly named CEBA), Boon Insurance Management Services, L.P., Health & Welfare Benefit Systems, Inc. and Boon Investment Group, Inc. The Boon Group was formed to support and strengthen the position of these companies as a wholesaler of exclusive products and services. www.boongroup.com

Boon’s Top 5 Health and Wellness Tips for Spring 2019

The warm weather is coming! You’re spending more time outside and enjoying the best of the season. A cornerstone of seasonal happiness is, of course, your health. Whether it’s a health tip to carry through the rest of the year, … Continue reading

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Boon Buzz: Benefit News for Spring 2019

April showers bring May flowers, and the world of benefits is also in full bloom! Here’s your spring refresher on the latest regulations, data, and more! Read on to learn more: 1. DOL Increases Civil Penalty Amounts for 2019 In … Continue reading

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Standards for San Francisco HCSO Released

The City of San Francisco recently released their official 2019 notice regarding the Health Care Security Ordinance that applies to businesses with 20 or more workers and nonprofits with 50 or more employees. It states that businesses with 20 or … Continue reading

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Three Compliance Violation Nightmares for Government Contractors

There are many entities and regulations that preside over government contractors and the subcontractors they work with. The Davis-Bacon Act of 1931. The McNamara-O’Hara Service Contract Act of 1965. And that’s just to name a few! When it comes to … Continue reading

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Boon’s Top 5 Healthcare and Wellness Headlines of 2019, So Far

We’re only a few months into 2019 and already the world of health and wellness is buzzing. From seasonal sickness to exciting political moves in the healthcare world, here are the top five headlines that should be on your radar. … Continue reading

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Boon Buzz: 2018 ACA Reporting Deadline is Near!

The final deadline for electronic filing 2018 Affordable Care Act (ACA) reports is April 1, 2019. This will be the final deadline for the reporting season. Per Sections 6055 and 6056 of the Internal Revenue Service Code, certain employers are … Continue reading

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Boon Buzz: H.R. 6330 Means Big Change for Small Business

The Small Business Runway Extension Act of 2018 allows growing businesses to be considered “small” for a longer period of time. The stated purpose, per the House Committee on Small Business, is to help small contractors “navigate the middle market … Continue reading

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