Determining Large Employer Status for 2015

Do you know for sure whether your company is considered an “applicable large employer” (large employer) according to the Affordable Care Act (that is, a company employing 50 or more full-time or full-time equivalent employees)? Some companies clearly are large employers; however, for companies that are on the cusp of …

90-Day Waiting Period

Handling Employees in a Waiting Period When the 2014 Plan Year Begins The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) 90-day waiting period limit rule begins with the group plan renewal in 2014.  The limit means 90 actual calendar days, not three months. Many plans currently have a “first of the month after 90 …

Back to School Eye Exam

It’s that time of year again, oh how we’ve missed the morning rush! Something to consider when pulling together the odds and ends for back to school, has your child had a recent eye exam?  August is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month. Inside this issue discover how important eye …

Philadelphia Business Journal Acheivement Award

Registry of Business Excellence Creative Benefits Inc. of Newtown Square, PA has been honored with a recognition by Philadelphia Business Journal in its selection of “Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses.”Following the publication of Creative Benefits Inc.’s selection for Philadelphia Business Journal’s Top 100 Women-Owned Businesses list, American Registry seconded the honor …

Special Event: An Update on Healthcare Reform

On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, at Aronimink Golf Club, Creative Benefits Inc. hosted an Informational Seminar for Employers to review key components of the legislation that is challenging many organizations across our nation. Speakers included C. Mitchell Goldman Esquire of Duane Morris LLP and Cameron Graham Esquire of Creative Benefits …

We’ve Moved Our Headquarters!

Creative Benefits is on the move! Although our new office is less than a mile down the road, it is a brand new space and we are excited to fill it with our talented team. We invite you to come in, whenever you’re in town and check out our new …

Philadelphia Women In Business as seen in Forbes

…Health care benefits are usually the second biggest expense for most employers, after wages. They are not just getting more costly; they are also more complicated to administer, as a result of changes on government regulations. Read our write up: CBI_Forbes