Salt Lake City, Utah (July 14, 2017) – Zane Benefits, the leader in personalized employee benefits for small businesses, today announced the launch of its newest resource, How to Self-Administer the QSEHRA. This first-of-its-kind eBook is the only industry resource to provide a comprehensive look at Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSEHRA) administration, from drafting plan documents to complying with tax reporting requirements.
New eBook offers free information for small businesses looking to implement a QSEHRA for their employees Salt Lake City, Utah (June 26, 2017) — Zane Benefits, the leader in personalized employee benefits for small businesses, today announced the launch of its newest resource, How the QSEHRA Works for Employees. This first-of-its-kind eBook is the only industry resource to provide complete support for businesses considering offering a Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSEHRA). This new eBook thoroughly explains exactly how the QSEHRA applies to employees no matter their current insurance situation.
There’s more exciting news from the Zane Benefits press room this week. Zane Benefits was featured as an expert on employee benefits in a Huffington Post article Friday, sharing its view on why company-sponsored group health insurance is deteriorating—as well as why that deterioration ultimately benefits everyone.
Data from Zane Benefits’ 2017 annual Small Business Health Insurance Reimbursement Report was featured in a recent article in Accounting Today, a trade publication serving public accountants in the United States.
Small businesses give an average $500 monthly to each employee to reimburse premiums and other medical expenses, the 2017 Small Business Health Insurance Reimbursement report shows. Salt Lake City, Utah (February 21, 2017) — With affordable group health insurance difficult to find, small businesses have increasingly turned to health reimbursement plans, which cover 22 percent more of employee premiums while saving businesses as much as 52 percent in benefits costs. This is a key takeaway from the 2017 Small Business Health Insurance Reimbursement annual report from Zane Benefits, the leader in personalized employee benefits for small business.
Zane Benefits recently showcased its vision for personalized small business health insurance in an article on the Capital One “Spark Business” blog. In a conversation with blog author Gene Marks, Zane Benefits President and CEO Rick Lindquist offers expert insight into why small businesses should offer a health benefit and why personalized reimbursement plans provide the best value to both companies and employees.
Zane Benefits is in the news again. In case you missed it, the company was featured in a recent Forbes article as an expert in compliance requirements for small business health benefits under the new 21st Century Cures Act, which was passed in December.
New eBook offers free information for small businesses to navigate 2017 health care decisions Salt Lake City, Utah (January 18, 2016) — Zane Benefits, the leader in personalized employee benefits for small businesses, today announced the launch of its newest resource, The Comprehensive Guide to the Small Business HRA. This first-of-its-kind eBook is the only industry resource to provide complete support for businesses considering offering a Small Business Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA). The Small Business HRA, just established in December 2016 through the 21st Century Cures Act, allows employees to purchase their own individual health insurance policy independent of the company. The company then reimburses each employee tax-free for their individual health insurance and medical expenses up to a set monthly allowance.
We wanted to make sure you saw this feature in Forbes about how Zane Benefits is disrupting the third party administration (TPA) industry by allowing small businesses to use its new PeopleKeep SaaS platform to administer simple, compliant and personalized health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs). The article, Two Firms Stymied By The IRS: One Went To Market, The Other Went To Congress, describes Zane Benefits' involvement in passing national legislation to ensure small businesses can continue to use HRAs to hire and keep their people. We've provided a few quotes below. Click the link above for the full story.
Salt Lake City, Utah (December 13, 2016) — Zane Benefits is pleased to announce the launch of its new solution, PeopleKeep Health, now available to all small businesses due to the passage of the Small Business Healthcare Relief Act, included in the 21st Century Cures Act. The law, to be signed by President Obama today, restores a class of stand-alone Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) for small businesses and creates clarity around the issue of tax-free individual health insurance reimbursement.
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