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Need legal help for your small business?

The BenefitPERx Legal Card from Compensation Solutions has many areas that cover your business and family lifestyles. Most of these services can also be utilized by your spouse and all legal dependents. Take a look below at one of the ways your BenefitPERx Legal Card can assist you. Did you know? As a BenefitPERx Legal […]

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Proposed bill to eliminate maximum deductibles for small employer health plans

On April 1, 2014, Congress passed H.R. 4302, the “Protecting Access to Medicare Act of 2014.” Section 213 of the Act would eliminate the maximum deductible cap that health care reform placed on small employer group health insurance plans.  The bill now goes to President Obama, who is expected to pass and sign the bill […]

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Employment-Based Orientation Periods Cannot Exceed One Month for Purposes of 90-Day Waiting Period Limit

Proposed Rules Clarify What Constitutes a ‘Reasonable and Bona Fide’ Orientation Period The Affordable Care Act prohibits group health plans from applying any waiting period that exceeds 90 days in plan years beginning on or after January 1, 2014. A waiting period is the period of time that must pass before coverage for an employee […]

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Did you know? The Small Business BenefitPERx Card offers many discounted services

The BenefitPERx Legal Card from Compensation Solutions has many areas that cover your business and family lifestyles. Most of these services can also be utilized by your spouse and all legal dependents. Take a look below at one of the ways your BenefitPERx Legal Card can assist you. Did you know? With the Small Business […]

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CSI supports The Red Oaks School Circle of Friends Gala

The Red Oaks School in Morristown, NJ, hosts an annual event, the Circle of Friends Gala to support the school’s efforts to provide individualized education for children – early childhood age through middle school. Since 1965, Red Oaks has encorporated the early teachings of Dr. Maria Montessori to provide dynamic and progressive styles of teaching […]

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BenefitPERx Card offers unlimited legal consultations

The BenefitPERx Legal Card from Compensation Solutions has many areas that cover your business and family lifestyles. Most of these services can also be utilized by your spouse and all legal dependents. Take a look below at one of the ways your BenefitPERx Legal Card can assist you. Did you know? With the Small Business […]

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New rules released this week (March 5, 2014) regarding the Affordable Care Act

The federal government is giving the states the authority to allow those plans that do not meet the Affordable Care Act’s requirements for minimal essential standards a two year grace period to keep the plans in force until October 1, 2017); The Transitional Reinsurance Program is adjusting to allow greater price stability in the public […]

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Health care Reform Update: Final Rules on 90-Day Waiting Period Limitation

Final rules address the requirement in the Affordable Care Act that group health plans limit any waiting period to 90 days beginning with plan years starting on or after January 1, 2014. Waiting Period Defined A waiting period is the period of time that must pass before coverage for an employee or dependent who is […]

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‘Pay or Play’ Requirements Delayed Until 2016 for Large Employers With Fewer Than 100 Full-Time Employees

Final Rules on Employer Shared Responsibility Newly issued final rules provide guidance regarding the shared responsibility (“pay or play”) requirements under Health Care Reform. While employers with at least 50 full-time employees (including full-time equivalents or FTEs) are generally subject to the requirements, the final rules provide transition relief for certain large employers with respect […]

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Tips for Fighting Flu in the Workplace – Preventive Actions May Prevent the Spread of Germs

Flu activity most commonly peaks in January or February and it can be a big disruption for business. Employees who are sick may not be as productive when it comes to getting work done, and symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, and fever can spread germs to healthy employees. Everyday preventive actions that can help prevent […]

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