Benefit audits have increased over the past ten years, due to the Affordable Care Act and an increase in federal audit staff during the Obama Administration. ERISA is a widely misunderstood area of law that imposes several requirements on employers and has resulted in increased fines for employers.
- Required One-Time and Annual Benefit Notices
- Frequently Asked Questions about ERISA Requirements
- COBRA and Wisconsin Continuation Templates
- Reporting and Disclosure Guide for Employee Benefits Plans
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