Cafeteria Plan Election Changes
A Seminar Based on Your Scenarios
For one registration fee ($279), you and your co-workers can gather in one room to attend the web seminar together via a single web connection.
Just when you think you know the IRS election change rules, another novel change request comes along. We built our 90-minute web seminar around the most challenging election change requests submitted by our attendees. Our experts reviewed the election change rules and then applied them to real-life scenarios to help you fine-tune your cafeteria plan compliance.
Originally presented on February 16, 2012.
Here’s some of what was covered:
- What changes are permitted, and how does the consistency requirement work? What plan provisions are required? Has health care reform had any impact?
- How are the rules for health FSAs different from the rules for other benefits?
- What are the deadlines for requesting election changes? When do changes become effective, and can they ever be retroactive?
- How to handle special situations like furloughs or other leaves, and the impact of special enrollment rules.
- Practical application of the rules to real life scenarios.
Speakers: Jody L. Dietel and Susan R. Monkmeyer. Ms. Dietel is the Chief Compliance Officer for WageWorks, Inc., a third-party administrator with a nationwide client list. Ms. Monkmeyer is an attorney and Senior Editor at EBIA. She is the Editor and a Contributing Author of EBIA’s Cafeteria Plans manual.
Handouts: A handout of the seminar slides and other information is provided through download.
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