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  • Resources from Team Nash

    Please note the change in annual dollar limits for HSAs, FSAs, and 401(k)s.  The employer does not need to offer the maximum benefit for the FSA.  Please let us know if you need to change the limit on your FSA (if offered).

    Employee Benefit Plan Limits for 2023

    Many employee benefits (such as HSAs, health FSAs and 401(k) plans) are subject to annual dollar limits that are periodically updated for inflation. This Compliance Overview includes a chart of the inflation-adjusted limits for 2023. Due to high rates of inflation, all of these limits will substantially increase for 2023.

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  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    From all of us at Team Nash Insurance, Happy Thanksgiving 2022!

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  • Question of the Week

    Question:

    “A new employee told coworkers that she received a signing bonus. Now they’re upset, saying they’ve been here longer and haven’t gotten anything extra. What should I do about this situation?”

    Answer:
    First, don’t reprimand the new employee who shared her salary information. Discussing pay is a protected concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act. You can read about this law and what protections it provides to employees on the platform.

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    This Q&A does not constitute legal advice and does not address state or local law.

    Answer from Janelle, SHRM-CP, SHRM-PMQ

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  • Open Enrollment Starts Nov. 1st

    Friendly reminder: The yearly period in the fall when people can enroll in a health insurance plan for the next calendar year runs from November 1 through January 15, 2023. Enroll by December 15 for coverage that starts January 1. To find the best rate for you, your family, or your organization just give us a call! https://nashinsurance.com/about/our-staff/

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  • Question of the Week

    Question: 
    “We’ve discovered an employee is using a title on LinkedIn that is not the title we use at our organization. Should we say something?”

     

    Answer: 

    It depends. There are many reasons an employee may choose to use a job title on LinkedIn that is different than their official job title with your organization. For one, employees may feel that their job title doesn’t accurately or meaningfully describe the work they are doing. A job title that makes perfect sense internally may not be easily decipherable outside the organization. Numbered titles like Administrative Assistant 1 or 2 don’t, in themselves, tell you which one is higher. Trendy titles like Brand Evangelist may get overlooked in searches.

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  • Happy Halloween!

    From all of us at Team Nash Insurance, Happy Halloween 2022!

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  • Question of the Week

    Question:
    I have an employee who hasn’t shown up to work the last few shifts and isn’t responding to messages. Can we make a policy that employees who quit without notice won’t get their final paycheck?

    Answer:
    No, federal law requires you to pay employees for all hours they have worked. While you can and should have a policy defining job abandonment (e.g., if an employee no-shows and no-calls three days in a row, you’ll take that as a resignation), you are not allowed to deduct or withhold pay because an employee quits without notice.

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    This Q&A does not constitute legal advice and does not address state or local law.

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  • IRS Finalizes Change to Family Coverage Affordability Rules

    Many employers are frustrated that an employee’s dependents cannot apply through the Marketplace and get a tax credit.  Now they can and we are here to help!

    Please reach out to me with any questions or if you need anything: https://nashinsurance.com/about/our-staff/

    Kindly,

    Celia Nash-Underwood

    IRS Finalizes Change to Family Coverage Affordability Rules
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  • Question of the Week

    Question:

    We’ve received suspicious emails that appear to be from employees asking to change their direct deposit information. What should we do?

    Answer:

    “This is likely a phishing scam—a type of con in which scammers use emails, texts, or phone calls to trick someone into providing company or personal information that then allows the scammer to steal from them. These messages often appear to come from someone the recipient knows—in this instance, your employees.”

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    This Q&A does not constitute legal advice and does not address state or local law.

    Answer from Sarah, PHR, SHRM-CP

     

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  • Nash Insurance Featured on the Radio

    Team Nash Insurance is excited to participate in the upcoming Women & Business Conference at the Salt Lake Chamberin November! Listen to our own Celia Nash speak about the upcoming health insurance open enrollment dates with Derek Miller of the Salt Lake Chamber: https://soundcloud.com/user-880405671/speaking-on-business-team-nash?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing

     

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