Featured Video: When Employers Offer Health Benefits to Non-Employees

January’s Feature Video

When Employers Offer Health Benefits to Non-Employees

In addition to offering health benefits to employees, many employers choose to extend benefits to non-employees, such as 1099 contractors, leased or temporary employees, members of a board of directors, shared employees, interns, and more. This practice has risks that must be evaluated to ensure employers are compliant with federal regulations, including Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code, ERISA, and the ACA. This webinar will help employers understand the risks in covering non-employees and best practices in exploring the possibility of doing so.


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