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Section 125 Election Changes & HIPAA Special Enrollments

Thu, Jan 27, 2022 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
Presented by Benefit Comply

Ever been confused about the difference between midyear election changes under Section 125 and special enrollment events under HIPAA? Why are some types of changes required but others are only permissible? How do these events interact with one another? During this webinar, we’ll walk through the regulatory requirements for Section 125 election changes and HIPAA special enrollments, focusing on how these events differ and how they may overlap. We’ll also talk about what language is required in an employer’s cafeteria plan document to permit midyear election changes under Section 125 and why communication with carriers and stop loss vendors is important for administering these types of changes.


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