Record Retention Requirements For Health & Welfare Benefits
Provides detailed discussion of specific compliance requirements affecting benefits records.
EBIA's Health Care Reform for Employers and Advisors
Everything you need to understand and comply with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
EBIA's Self-Insured Health Plans
The resource of choice for employers that sponsor self-insured health plans and their advisors. Learn about this increasingly popular way for employers to manage rising health care costs.
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EBIA Compliance Manuals
EBIA's nationally recognized compliance manuals are written by experienced employee benefits attorneys and are relied upon by thousands of employers, administrators, advisors, and government officials. Each manual includes a thorough explanation of the law, including numerous examples, Q&As, administration tips, checklists, tables, flowcharts, and sample documents.
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Spotlight on Health Care Reform
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) has raised the stakes for employer-provided health plans with a dizzying array of new requirements and over 20,000 pages of regulations (and growing).LEARN MORE >