From tax years 2015 through 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) opted not to assess penalties on Affordable Care Act (ACA) forms filed with mistakes so long as employers demonstrated “good faith” compliance efforts.
In April 2020 when the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic erupted, the U.S. shed nearly 21 million jobs. Analysts at the time forecasted a difficult climb back - yet two years later the biggest workforce challenge facing the U.S. economy is not joblessness, but persistent labor shortages that cut across market sectors. In fact, The U.S.
For more than 25 years, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has set the standard for governing the electronic exchange, privacy, and security of health information.
What brought you to the insurance industry and eventually to Eastern Insurance?
When your life changes, so should your insurance policy. Aside from an annual renewal, there are several instances throughout the year when you may want to take a second look at your policy and make some amendments with your agent. Making a major purchase, re-locating, expanding your family, and even completing some DIY projects around your home are all events when your current coverage may not be enough. An insurance review can provide peace of mind in knowing that your family and your assets are protected should the unexpected happen.
Each year, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) releases their list of the top 10 most common safety violations to help bring awareness and prevention to hazards in the workplace.
Home insurance claims are filed 365 days a year, but did you know that 51% of them are filed in the winter months? From frozen pipes to slips and falls, wind damage, and more, your risk of experiencing an accident is more likely from December through March in New England. The best way to reduce your risk is to take preventative measures and always be mindful of potential dangers.
Frigid temperatures, snowstorms, icy roadways and surfaces, and strong winds are all a product of New England winters. These conditions present hazards to everyone, not the least of which are employees who spend a significant part of their workday outside. From illness to injuries, exposure, and even fatalities, it’s important for employers to take necessary precautions to protect them.
What sets us apart at Eastern Benefits Group is our amazing team of employees. Thanks to their outstanding leadership, we’re not only able to provide superior customer service to our clients but also uphold our commitment to giving back to our community year-round. As we continue to spotlight our team members here at EBG, we’re proud to introduce you to Vice President, Benefits Administration, Michelle Nelson.