Our Top 10 Employee Benefits Blog Posts in 2018
January 2, 2019
With a new year here, we’re looking back on our most popular blog posts in 2018. See what they are below.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are great tools for savings and investment. And the ability to carry over all of your HSA funds from one year to the next is why it’s wise to contribute as much as you can. Check out this blog post to find out what changes were announced to HSA and High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) contribution limits for 2019.
Participants can save money on dependent care expenses, such as eligible childcare or elderly care costs, when they enroll in a Dependent Care FSA. This post explains what expenses are eligible and how easy it is to be reimbursed for expenses.
In early 2018, the IRS released a pair of updates to 2018 HSA contribution limits. This blog post details the updates made to 2018 limits (which are important to know if you’re planning to max out your HSA for 2018 taxes, too).
Many employers are required by the IRS to perform non-discrimination testing to make sure their plans are in compliance. What employers are required to test, and why is it important? Find out in this blog post.
We launched the Discovery Answers™ participant knowledgebase earlier this year to provide another innovative way for participants to get answers to their questions. Find out more in this blog post.
Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) and HSAs are great tools to save money, and their perks are attractive for recruiting and retaining the best employees. In this post, we compare and contrast these two popular consumer-driven health plans.
The total number of HSAs grew 11 percent from June 2017 to June 2018. If you’re new to an HSA or simply would like to learn more about them, this blog post provides answers to 10 common HSA questions.
HRAs and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) FSAs offer similar cost-saving potential, but differ in many ways. Check out our blog post for details on each plan.
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