8 Ways Robots and AI Are Impacting Workers’ Comp

December 11, 2019
impacting nearly every sphere of our lives and our businesses, including workers' compensation. You may already be aware of some of these innovations. Some of them may already be impacting your workers and saving your firm money. But some may surprise you. 1   Exoskeletons in... Find out more »

When is Indemnity Health Insurance an Acceptable Alternative to a Fully-Insured Plan?

December 6, 2019
Here’s a look at the advantages and disadvantages. Many employers offer employees access to indemnity health insurance as a way to fill gaps in their health coverage. Now, as heath care plan costs increase, some employers who are priced out of the cost of traditional major medical coverage... Find out more »

Updates on the Automobile Technology Revolution

As technology makes cars safer and more efficient, there are bumps in the road. Here are a few of the latest ones. Cars to Start Talking to Other Cars The auto industry has made great strides with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications, linking cars, roadside beacons and traffic lights to... Find out more »

IRS Extends Deadline for Furnishing Form 1095-C, Extends Good-Faith Transition Relief

December 2, 2019
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released Notice 2019-63, which extends the deadline for furnishing 2019 Forms 1095-B and 1095-C to individuals from January 31, 2020 to March 2, 2020.  The Notice also provides penalty relief for good-faith reporting errors and suspends the requirement to... Find out more »

A Quick Guide to Renters Insurance

In a sense, renters insurance is homeowners insurance — without the building. If you rent a house, flat or apartment, you are not typically responsible for insuring the building. But most other features of homeowners insurance do apply to your situation as a renter. Like homeowners... Find out more »

How Employers Can Avoid FMLA Pitfalls

The FMLA has been law since 1993 but employers can still find the rules confusing. The Family and Medical Leave Act’s (FMLA) paid leave and leave stacking rules aren’t new, but they can sometimes trip employers up. FMLA rules generally apply to employers who have 50 or more... Find out more »