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IRS Announces 2025 Limits for Health Savings Accounts, High-Deductible Health Plans and Excepted Benefit HRAs

McDermott Will & Emery Employee Benefits

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced (see Revenue Procedure 2024-25) cost-of-living adjustments to the applicable dollar limits for health savings accounts (HSAs), high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) and excepted benefit health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) for 2025.

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Four High Deductible Health Plan Mistakes to Avoid

InterWest Insurance Services

With more than half of all private sector employees enrolled in high-deductible health plans , it’s important that employers have in place certain protocols to ensure that they are a success. Other voluntary benefits like critical illness insurance can fill in the gaps when employees have a high deductible.


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Are employees getting fed up with high-deductible health plans?

Employee Benefit News

According to a report by LendingTree's ValuePenguin, high-deductible health plan enrollment dropped for the first time since 2013.

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What is a deductible?


Have you ever heard the term deductible when it comes to health insurance but aren’t quite sure what it means? Understanding the concept of a deductible is crucial for effectively managing your medical finances and making informed decisions.

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What Are Payroll Deductions?

Patriot Software

You know there are deductions to take out of your employees’ paychecks. But, are they pre-tax vs. post-tax deductions? What are payroll deductions? Read on to learn the different deductions you have to take out of each employee’s paycheck. What are payroll deductions? Payroll deductions are […] READ MORE.

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Business Deductions: Get Your Arguments Organized

Kollath CPA

The operative word for business deductions is business. Tax Court to uphold a business-related deduction for surgical implants that enlarged her breasts. However, despite these career-enhancing changes, the IRS denied the deduction at first. Let us know if you have any questions about your business expense deductions.

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Former hotel worker wins unlawful wage deduction case

Employee Benefits

An employment tribunal has ruled that a former hotel worker employed by Luxury Family Hotels was unfairly dismissed and had an unlawful deduction of wages. The tribunal judge ruled that unlawful deductions were made from Murphy’s pay and ordered the hotel pay her £3,044.18. A further claim of disability discrimination was thrown out.