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IRS Issues Revised 2018 HSA Limits

On March 5, 2018, the IRS issued revised HSA limits for 2018 via IRS Revenue Procedure 2018-10. The maximum family HSA contribution limit has decreased to $6,850 from the $6,900 […]
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Building a Powerful Workplace | Indiana Chamber Podcast with Bryan Brenner

Bryan Brenner joins Tom Schuman of the Indiana Chamber for Episode 17 of their podcast: Building a Powerful Workplace. Bryan talks about the hiring, welcoming, and development processes within FirstPerson […]
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Unexpected Partners Addressing Employee Health Care: Much Needed Solutions | IIB

Three industry giants are taking on the challenge of solving health care, starting with their own employees. But what does the unexpected partnership between Amazon, JP Morgan Chase, and Berkshire […]
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Cadillac Tax and Health Insurance Tax Pushed Back

Late Monday evening, Jan. 22, President Trump signed H.R.195 to end the government shutdown and fund the government through Feb. 8, 2018. The bill passed the House with a 266-159 […]
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Anthem Formulary and Tier Updates for 2018

During Anthem’s quarterly Pharmacy & Therapeutics Process, the status of the drug list/formulary is reviewed and corresponding recommendations are made to the health plan. Anthem clients should be aware of […]
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How the HR Function is Changing | eX Podcast with Bryan Brenner

It’s been over a hundred years since¬† ¬†the first human resources department was established by The National Cash Register Company in 1901, but some HR departments haven’t changed. They’re still […]
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