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Jared Polis signed a new law in May 2019 that caps the cost of Insulin at $100 for a 30-day supply, regardless of the supply an individual requires. This is great news for the Colorado diabetic community, but critics speculate on a resulting rise in premiums as insurance companies are left to pay the balance. 

Despite numerous attempts over recent years to repeal The Affordable Care Act (ACA), the requirement for certain reporting is still the law of the land. The deadline of January 31st, 2020 to distribute 1095-Bs or 1095-Cs to employees is fast approaching, and vendors get booked up early to complete the filings. Are you ready, and do you have your reporting vendor lined up yet?

Evaluating your current benefit plans with the intent to attract and retain top talent is more crucial than ever. Benefits benchmarking gives employers the chance to compare their current plans and contribution strategy to that of the competitors. Fall River helps our clients understand how they stack up, and we will soon be sharing a new benchmarking document. When was the last time you measured your benefits package against other Colorado employers?

Friday, 20 September 2019 13:36

Tips for a Successful Benefits Renewal

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Another year has zoomed by and 2020 will be here before we know it! For many employers, the end of the year means another renewal season. Even if your company does not renew on January 1, our tips for a successful renewal will help guide you to success! 

Colorado’s reinsurance program received federal approval this summer. We first reported on the program in April while the proposal was being debated in the Colorado legislature.

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