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4 Types of FSAs & How They Work

An FSA, or “Flexible Spending Account,” can be an excellent benefit to offer your employees, and to your business bottom line, as the contributions are pre-tax. Several types of FSAs are available: Medical Expense FSA These accounts pay for eligible medical costs, prescription drugs, copayments, deductibles, medical devices, and other costs. Another option, a “limited medical FSA,” can cover the cost of preventative healthcare services,...

6 Mortgage Protection Myths Debunked

Buying a home is one of life’s most significant, and expensive, milestones. When you find the ideal property, you will be required to jump through several hoops to get a mortgage. Some home buyers are required to purchase mortgage insurance, while others choose to purchase mortgage life insurance – there are two distinct products. Before investing in any mortgage protection insurance, get the facts and...

Effective Risk Management Tips for Breweries

The craft beer industry has been built by passionate, talented brewers, who have invested their time and energy to create new flavors and brewing techniques. As the brewery grows, business risks arise that should be addressed before something goes wrong. These tips cover some of the basics of brewery risk mitigation. Proper Spill and Broken Glass Cleanup Processes A taproom is a popular and convivial...

Home Renovations That Can Affect Your Insurance

Renovating your home can enhance your living environment and increase the value of your property. Home renovations can be chaotic at first, with debris from demolitions piling up. While looking forward to an improved home environment, you need to be aware of some types of home renovations that could affect your insurance coverage. Pools A pool can significantly enhance the value of your home and...

Can Employers Reimburse Employees for Health Insurance?

Since 2020 with the enactment of the “21st Century Cures Act,” employers of any size could reimburse their employees for the costs of individual health insurance plans. The Affordable Care Act required employees with 50 or more employees who worked at least 30 hours per week, to offer health insurance. With a vast majority of US businesses having less than 50 employees, many people working...