The COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. Recently, we informed you about updated guidelines for coverage of OTC COVID-19 tests. Around that same time period, President Biden again determined in a letter to Congress that it is...Read More
As the nation responds to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency, the benefits world continues to adapt. Recently, the Biden administration required insurance companies and health plans to cover the cost of at-home or...Read More
This is the second in a two-part series with strategic insights on the Great Resignation and what matters most to employees. During the spring of 2021 HealthEquity surveyed over one thousand full-time employees across the U.S....Read More
Employers—when it comes to attracting talent are you feeling the pressure of today’s marketplace? It’s not your imagination. Employee resignations and job openings are at levels not seen for more than 20 years. How do you...Read More
Your health savings account (HSA) packs more punch than ever.
The IRS announced higher HSA limits for the 2021 tax year, which means opportunity to save even more.Read More
The $2 trillion Coronavirus stimulus bill, called the CARES Act, is making headlines as the largest rescue package in American history. It also includes several provisions that will make a major impact on those with health...Read More
Health savings accounts (HSAs) provide many benefits to employees and can be a great way for them to save money on taxes1 and save for the future. However, you as an employer can also benefit from HSAs, and the savings can really...Read More
Whether you are a baby boomer nearing retirement, a Generation X’er in the middle of your career or a millennial just starting out, you have at least one thing in common with your co-workers:
You need to prepare for retirement.