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Expert Guidance

ERISA, PPACA, FMLA, COBRA, or other federal legislation that directly impacts the administration of benefit plans. We’re here to provide expertise and guidance to help limit unnecessary risk and exposure.

Compliance Checkup

A “conversation” where we walk through various employee benefits administration requirements  (e.g. plan documents, ACA measurement periods, annual notice & electronic disclosure requirements, COBRA & LOA, domestic partners, etc.) with the goal of helping uncover areas that may need to be done differently or need to be changed for the future.

Fractional Compliance

A cost-effective alternative providing the flexibility to have experienced employee benefits compliance professional on-demand or over a set period of hours per month without the overhead of a regular employee. A fresh pair of eyes, an informed and trusted mind and expedient, high-quality results.

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