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We can simplify your clients’ administration, ensure their program can pass the ERISA coverage test, and protect benefits with a Wrap Plan bundling health and welfare.
Premium Only Plan (POP)
A POP offers savings to clients and employees, because of reduced payroll taxes and the ability to deduct insurance premiums or HSA contributions on a pre-tax basis.
Employer compliance with COBRA is mandatory and non-compliance fees can be substantial. We offer your eligible groups free COBRA administration, helping them save money and avoid fines.
Offer your clients access to an online, centralized benefits and Human Resources (HR) management tool from Ease, or our no-cost HRWow benefits administration tool from Mammoth HR.
ACA IRS Reporting
Help your clients with annual IRS reporting and related services like mandated employer letters, ERISA Wrap documents, Form 5500 preparation and filing, and more.
We have calculators designed to help you determine whether your clients are subject to ACA “play or pay” mandates, forecast potential penalties, and more.
Compliance content from our newsroom
Health Care Options: COBRA vs. Individual Coverage on Covered California
Many employees and their dependents have lost eligibility for their group health plans due to the extreme economic downturn caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: Updates on Congressional Support
California & Nevada
America has been experiencing a fast-spreading, wide-reaching health emergency pandemic of seismic proportions.
What to Do with Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) Rebate Checks and Pandemic Rebates from Carriers
California & Nevada
Many employers are beginning to receive Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) rebate checks from carriers for calendar year 2019, which are due by September 30, 2020. Some employers may also be receiving premium rebates because of COVID-19. Here's what you need to know.