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Nondiscrimination tests on a cafeteria plan are a series of tests that are required by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to determine if plans unjustly favor either higher-paid individuals or key employees who own or are in charge within an organization. Employers are required to perform annual nondiscrimination tests or hire a third party to conduct testing on their plan(s). Employee Benefits Corporation includes nondiscrimination testing for our cafeteria plan clients (including BESTflex, BE...
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Categories: Benefits in General, Compliance, Health Care in General | Tags: IRS , Nondiscrimination Testing , NDT , Key Employees , Highly Compensated Employees , Non-Highly Compensated Employees , Flexible Spending Accounts , FSA , Premium , Cafteria Plan

COBRA Continuation and Disability

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The COBRA continuation coverage may be extended if an individual is deemed disabled by the Social Security Administration (SSA). This allows a qualified beneficiary to remain covered under COBRA until they become eligible for Medicare.
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Categories: Benefits in General | Tags: Disability , Extension , COBRA , Timing , Primary Payer , Secondary Payer , 18 months , 29 months

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