The world of benefits, payroll and 401(k) are constantly changing. Our goal is to make HR Administration simpler, more efficient, and more personalized. Our consumer-focused tools and services help your employees choose and utilize their benefits. That means more ways for them to have healthy days and brighter futures.
A strong part of Benefits Square’s value proposition for customers is access to licensed advisors and support staff to service the plans and participants with exceptional service, that they can be confident in. This means that consumers will always have access to a live person to call or text, access to an online benefits portal, and prompt response to handling any request. We provide access to quality benefits by offering our customers a broad range of traditional, voluntary, consumer directed health insurance, 401k/pension and HR Administration solutions.
Streamline employee benefits administration with a platform that is highly configurable and designed to automate the entire HR, benefits and payroll process. Benefit enrollment and education has never been easier than with our automated communication, decision support tools, and compliance... Read More
We provide the ability to bring the most effective and competitive Employee Benefits programs to businesses of all sizes. Our solutions allow your business to stay competitive and provide the best for your most invaluable asset, your employees. Group Health Insurance Keep your employees’... Read More
Simplify everyday tasks with modern, online payroll software. Go beyond everyday payroll functions with our intuitive, user-friendly payroll software solution. From custom reports to proactive features like the pre-process register to evaluating compliance, the accuracy and time saved is... Read More
On September 30, 2019, the IRS published proposed regulations to clarify the application of the employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) and certain nondiscrimination rules under the Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) Section 105(h) to health reimbursement arrangements (“HRAs”)... Read more
For 2018 and 2019 only, there is a tax credit available to certain employers as to FMLA-qualifying circumstances (whether under FMLA or not) for employees earning $72,000 or less for whom paid family and medical leave is provided. Nothing in the rules requires the employer to be subject to FMLA... Read more
The Department of Labor published a final rule on June 21, 2018 creating flexibilities for employers and working owners to band together to sponsor a single Association Health Plan (AHP). The final rule allows multiple employers to jointly sponsor a single group health plan by expanding ERISA’s... Read more