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IRS Announces 2018 Increases to Flex Benefit Contribution Limits

LEAWOOD, KS., (October 20, 2017) – The IRS has announced the 2018 contribution maximums for Flexible Spending Account (FSA) plans in the newly released Revenue Procedure 2017-58.

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Employers Can Contribute to Employees’ Flexible Spending Accounts

Employers Can Contribute to Employees’ Flexible Spending Accounts

For years, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs), also known as 125 plans or cafeteria plans, have been a popular employee benefit because they allow employees to set aside tax-free dollars for medical expenses they expect to incur during the year.

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Adoption Assistance Flexible Spending Account

Adoption Assistance Flexible Spending Account

The Adoption Assistance Flexible Spending Account helps you pay for eligible adoption expenses by contributing to the account with pre-tax money from your paycheck. This means you do not pay federal or state income taxes (where applicable) on these funds.

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Employer Mandate Penalties Increase for 2016

Employer Mandate Penalties Increase for 2016

As most employers know by now, companies with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees are required to offer affordable health coverage that provides minimum value to their full-time employees starting in 2015 or face a significant penalty.

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A Self-Funded Option for Unhealthy Small Employers

A Self-Funded Option for Unhealthy Small Employers

Are you a broker who’s been recommending self-insured, level-funded plans to your small group clients?

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What happens to your HSA when you die?

When you set up a Health Savings Account with NueSynergy, we ask you to select a beneficiary. You should choose carefully because this will determine what happens to your HSA when you pass away.

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What happens to your HSA after employment ends?

What happens to your HSA after employment ends?

This article provides an overview of the impact to your Health Savings Account “HSA” upon termination of employment. It is not a comprehensive reference and should be reviewed in conjunction with your employer’s benefit materials and plan documents.

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