Date: AUGUST 2 & 3, 2018
Location: NAM - Nonprofit Association of the Midlands - Training Room
11205 Wright Circle, Suite 210, OmahA
B1- Regulatory Environments for Benefits Programs
Includes Review and Discussion of the Affordable Care Act
This course presents an overview of U.S. regulatory requirements for employee benefits programs. It examines how federal regulations, such as FMLA and PPACA, influence types of benefits plans including health and welfare plans, retirement plans, paid time off programs and IRC Section 125 & 129 plans. Attendees will learn administration and communication regulatory requirements for benefits plans.
- Explore government’s influence on employee benefits plans.
- Review legislation and regulations that affect retirement benefits.
- Examine legislative and regulatory requirements for pay-for-time-not-worked programs.
- Discuss relevant legislation that affects employee health and welfare benefits programs.
- Examine the taxation of health and welfare benefits and required nondiscrimination tests.
- Explore legal issues related to IRC Section 125 and Section 129 plans.
- Examine communication and administration activities related to benefits programs.
*Discounts available for HRAM members.
Course & Exam Package Fees
Includes tuition, course materials and certification exam.
*Other association member price may vary all pricing subject to change.