Difference Between Basic Insurance & Major Medical Insurance | Nevada Benefit Advisors

Choosing a health care plan often comes down to cost, but don’t forget to compare the monthly premium with the amount of coverage you get. Major medical insurance is designed to cover you during everything from routine check-ups to major catastrophic events. Basic health insurance, by contrast, is a cash reimbursement service that can help … Continued

It’s Open Enrollment Time! | Nevada Benefit Advisors

Fall.  With it comes cooler temperatures’, falling leaves, warm seasonal scents like turkey and pumpkin pie, and Open Enrollment.  It goes without saying; employees who understand the effectiveness of their benefits are much more pleased with those packages, happier with their employers, and more engaged in their work. So, as your company gears up for … Continued

3 Ways Life Insurance Can Help Maximize Your Retirement | Nevada Benefit Advisors

If you’re one of the millions of Americans who owns a permanent life insurance policy (or are thinking about getting one!) you’ve probably done it primarily to protect your loved ones. But over time, many of your financial obligations may have ended. That’s when your policy can take on a new life—as a powerful tool … Continued

IRS Releases Final 2017 ACA Reporting Forms and Instructions | Nevada Benefit Advisors

The IRS has finalized the forms and instructions that employers will use for 2017 reporting under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).Applicable large employers (ALEs) will use the following:2017 Form 1094-C (transmittal to IRS).2017 Form 1095-C (statement to individual).2017 Instructions for Forms 1094-C and 1095-C (instructions).Employers that self-fund a minimum essential coverage plan will use the … Continued

What You Need to Know about Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts | Nevada Benefit Advisors

A dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA) is a pre-tax benefit account used to pay for eligible dependent care services. The IRS determines which expenses are eligible for reimbursement and these expenses are defined by Internal Revenue Code §129 and the employer’s plan. Eligible DCFSA expenses include: adult day care center, before/after school programs, child … Continued

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