How to Determine if Your Company's Insurance Premium Credits Related to COVID-19 Are Plan Assets and What to Do Next
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly decreased health care utilization as health care providers and patients canceled appointments and postponed elective procedures. Because employees are not…
"Economic Mid-Year Review and Analysis" presented by Dr. Alfie Meek
Normally, Section 125 plan elections are permanent for the plan year. However, due to COVID-19 some of the rules have been relaxed and do not require a qualifying event.
The federal government has altered the rules for COBRA and this applies to any group with 20 or more fulltime and part time employees. Employers who sponsor group medical coverage have a COBRA…
GDOL's response to additional questions from April 9, 2020. Plus a link to the virtual conference with Georgia Department of Labor Commissioner Mark Butler.
Choose from these bulletins for more insight or a better understanding to help you manage new relief programs and employee benefits.
Download a copy of your poster to share with employees.
The Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) authorizes forgivable loans to small businesses to pay their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. Includes loans for eligible self-employed persons and…
Emergency Changes to Georgia Unemployment & Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Out-of-State Employers Who Employ New Jersey Residents Have the Same Filing Requirements as in-State Businesses.