Spring is here. The weather is warming, the sun is shining, and plant life starts to show its true beauty.
Starting January 1st, 2019, people will no longer be penalized by the IRS on their annual taxes for not holding health insurance.
With just a few quick tips, you can avoid costly demands and litigation related to simply posting images on your site.
As many employees look ahead to retirement, 47% of workers feel somewhat confident that they’ll have enough money saved to retire on time and...
The Department of Labor has increased the 2019 penalty amounts for failing to provide required documentation of employer-sponsored benefit plans.
Managing human resources, payroll and benefits for a rapidly growing company can be overwhelming.
HSAs are beneficial for their triple-tax advantages, transferability, and nearly-timeless lifespan.
Whether you’re a saver, spender, or investor, there is an HSA contribution strategy that fits your needs.
The flexibility of HSAs, unpredictability of health and retirement costs, and the need for education combine to create a unique
Based on recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics as of July 2018, our disabled workforce now numbers 15.1 million Americans.
Financial wellness is a hot topic in boardrooms these days, but to sell your company’s leaders on a program, you’ll need to talk numbers.
Cyber liability coverage is a necessity in today’s world to protect customers and businesses alike
When it comes to HR, navigating “the Bermuda Triangle” of employment law, the place where the Family Medical Leave Act
Business owners and high-income earners often need financial services well-beyond those offered by the employer’s group insurance plan. For example,
It is critical that a private company with D&O claims exposure call for a broader risk management effort.
Summit was brought on as the employee benefit partner for a regional bank to find solutions that would round-out the list of services the...
ESG, or environmental, social and governance funds, can be appealing to many investors, including millennials.
Substantial increases in healthcare costs in the past decade have forced employers to make critical decisions about the benefit packages