Health Savings Accounts/High Deductible Health Plans limits to increase in 2023

Each year by June 1, the IRS must announce inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts and high deductible health plans. On April 29, 2022, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2022-24 to provide the inflation-adjusted limits for HSAs and HDHPs. The adjusted HSA limits will take effect on Jan. 1, 2023, and the adjusted HDHP cost-sharing limits take effect for plan years that begin on or after Jan. 1, 2023. Th
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Health plans must provide a price comparison tool for 2023 plan years

The Department of Labor, Health and Human Services and the Department of Treasury recently passed a new law to promote transparency in health care coverage. Starting with plan years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2023, group health plans and health insurance carriers must make an internet-based price comparison tool available to participants, beneficiaries and enrollees. Keep reading to learn more about what this law
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Why it’s beneficial to provide a total compensation statement to your employees

Pay and benefits are among the biggest deciding factors when an employee accepts an offer to work at a company. While a paycheck can show how much an employer invests in a worker, there’s much more under the surface that employees may not realize. Many employees aren’t aware of how much compensation they receive from their employers beyond their salaries. A total compensation statement can provide guidance on how muc
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CanopyNation wins 2022 Top Employee Benefits Consultant Award from Mployer Advisor

We’re excited to announce that for the second consecutive year, CanopyNation earned the Top Employee Benefits Consultant Award from Mployer Advisor, the leading independent platform for employers to research, review and evaluate insurance advisors. The award recognizes esteemed brokers that demonstrate market-leading competencies and a proven track record of success among employers, insurance providers, and pee
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Why a UBA-Certified Insurance Broker Is an Added Employee Perk

Hiring an employee benefits firm to manage your company’s benefits plans has its advantages. Instead of managing your company’s employee benefit packages in-house, experts at a firm like CanopyNation know the latest local and federal regulations regarding labor workforces and have access to a range of insurance providers and offerings. Partner firms of United Benefit Advisors® offer even more advantages to companies.
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Navigating Health Coverage for Your Employees Ages 65+

As more people delay their retirement past age 65, more workers are becoming eligible for Medicare coverage. For employers that provide health insurance coverage as an employee benefit, the savings could be great for both the organization and the employee if the eligible beneficiary obtains some sort of Medicare coverage. However, the size of an organization has different rules, and some employees can even face late
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How to Personalize Your Employee Benefits Offerings

Employees within your organization are going to have different needs and values when it comes to their ideal benefits package. It’s important to keep in mind that benefits offerings are not one size fits all and the same benefits offerings will not satisfy everyone. If your organization is trying to appeal to current and prospective workers, consider personalizing your benefits options and tailoring them to the needs
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