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When: January 26th, 2017 from 10 AM – 12 PM

If your company offers or is considering a carryover benefit under a healthcare flexible spending account, you will want to understand how a terminated employee might qualify for a mandatory $500 health FSA for up to 18 months without any obligation to pay a COBRA premium. That is just one of the key developments under COBRA’s health coverage continuation requirements over the past year that our COBRA Update Program will explore.

The main topics of the Program will be:
How IRS Notice 2015-87 affects COBRA’s application to
Unused amounts in healthcare flexible spending accounts
Health FSA carryovers
How to properly reflect COBRA coverage and offers in Affordable Care Act reporting.

Our speaker for the COBRA Update will be Mark W. Major, an attorney well known in the Denver area and along the front range who specializes in ERISA and employee benefits. Mark has over 30 years’ experience handling employee benefit plan legal compliance as a private attorney, in-house corporate benefits lawyer and as a consultant. His experience spans a wide range of issues in addition to COBRA such as HIPAA privacy, wellness programs, eligibility audits, nondiscrimination testing, plan documents, and vendor contracts, as well as health care reform. Mark has been a frequent speaker on these topics both locally and nationally, including previous Moody Benefit Academy programs.

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