Employees matter more than ever now. The pandemic highlights the importance of company commitment to its human capital. Read More
A Financial Case Study: Improving Retention Rates of New Mothers with a Corresponding Reduction in Health Care Costs.
In this issue, In this issue, John Luttrell teams up with one of his clients to detail a high value ROI practice in a case study that few have considered. He details the underlying research, implementation and ancillary benefits; including improved employee retention and lower health care costs. As always, if you would like to further discuss the topic please contact John. Read More
In this issue, guest author Jeff Snyder, Attorney at Law, Shuman Snyder LLP, outlines California’s new law requiring that employers provide paid sick leave is outlined below. The law is effective January 1, 2015 and entails, what employees are potentially exempt, and when it must be fully integrated into your firm. Read More
Guest Author, Jason Lombardi, Vice President of Employee Benefits at Vita Insurance Associates, covers key items of The Affordable Care Act (ACA) such as: small group premium changes, network changes, formulary changes, out-of-pocket maximum, and grandmothering. Small group employers (employers with 2-50 employees) need to be aware of the changes they will be seeing in their premium rating structure, medical plan design and network availability. Keep reading to find out more information of each change and how it will apply to your company. Read More
In this issue, CFOs2Go Partner Ed O’Dea discusses what a 409A valuation is and why you might need one if you are a private business issuing stock options. Ed first focuses on “Pricing employee stock options” then walks through the “fair market value rule”. Don’t worry, he provides guidance factors and suggests three approaches to help determine the company’s value. Read More