Compliance

Is the plethora of legislation, regulatory policies, mandates and minutia overwhelming your ability to manage the associated risks?

It’s our primary objective to ensure that you are compliant and protected. Premier Benefit Resource’s dedicated and knowledgeable team and best-in-class online platform – together – deliver streamlined, end-to-end support so you can capture, access, manage, report and share critical information more efficiently and accurately. Giving you the time you need to pursue growth opportunities ahead!

Leverage PBR’s compliance services, consistently, accurately and centrally

COBRA
COBRA
Do you know your employment responsibilities to administer COBRA?
The consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, commonly known as COBRA, is a federal law that requires employers with 20 or more employees with group health plans to offer a temporary period of continued health coverage to workers and their families who lose their benefits.
Summary Plan Descriptions
Summary Plan Descriptions
Did you know that the DOL is now auditing any size business when a complaint is filed?
ERISA requires employers who sponsor group benefit plans to comply with two important requirements or risk potential penalties:
  1. Maintain and distribute Summary Plan Descriptions (SPD’s) to plan participants which accurately reflect the contents of each plan and which include specific information as required under federal law.
  2. Group health plans must be administered in accordance with a written Plan Document which must be made available to plan participants and beneficiaries upon request.
Healthcare Reform Notices
Healthcare Reform Notices
Did you know that the Affordable Care Act mandates that notices be provided to all employees?
The Affordable Care Act requires employers with group health plans to provide informational notice forms to their employees regarding coverage options and benefits under the plan.
Affordable Care Act Reporting
Affordable Care Act Reporting
Are you up to speed on the new Affordable Care Act employer reporting responsibilities
for groups with over 50 full-time equivalent employees?
The Affordable Care Act requires large employers (generally with 50 or more full-time employees) that provide minimum essential health coverage to report to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regarding this coverage.
HR Resource Portal
HR Resource Portal
Are you confident in your current HR Resource?
Access unparalleled and timely HR support from PBR. Via phone, online or in person, customizable to your business needs, size, goals and speed of business.
5500 Form Tax Preparation
5500 Form Tax Preparation
Did you know that if you have over 100 employees enrolled on the health plan, you must file a 5500 tax form annually?
The 5500 Tax Form is an annual return/report of Employee Benefit Plans required by the Department of Labor, the IRS and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation to satisfy annual reporting requirements under ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code.
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