Blog Posts in Benefits

As a nationally recognized provider of payroll and benefits administration services, we deal with just about everything having to do with payroll. Even obscure things, like grossing up severance pay, are things we have to be familiar with. It is our...Read more
The Social Security Administration announced in October 2018 that the taxable wage base for old age, survivors, and disability insurance would be increasing from $128,400 to $132,900 for the 2019 tax year. For employers and their payroll departments...Read more
It wasn't too long ago when businesses completely shut down around the holidays. But what used to be commonplace a few decades ago is no longer reality. The global marketplace dictates that businesses keep churning along regardless of what the...Read more
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The annual open enrollment period for insurance benefits is now upon us. Your company might already be actively engaged. If not, you may still have some time before open enrollment for your employees begins. Are you ready for it? More importantly,...Read more
Things are certainly looking up for the U.S. labor market. Companies are hiring, wages are increasing, and there now appear to be more job openings than there are workers to fill them. But what can be good for the economy overall can be challenging...Read more
Employers choosing to offer pension and health insurance benefits to employees are subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974. Since the federal law was enacted, employees have enjoyed a certain level of protection by a...Read more
Employers are constantly looking for ways to attract the best possible talent. And with the booming economy and tightening labor market, hiring the right people is a more difficult proposition than it has been in a long, long time. So what is a...Read more