Learn more about controlled groups, retirement plan rules, brother-sister controlled groups, and attribution rules in Watkins Ross’ latest article.
Seeking information on how to stay compliant with state and local governmental health plans or self-insured employer health plan actuarial requirements? Discover our collection of health plan articles on the Watkins Ross blog, written specifically for government and self-insured employers. From other post employment benefit (OPEB) financial reporting to calculations of incurred but not reported (IBNR) reserves or liability, Watkins Ross provides the health plan expertise you need to stay compliant and penalty-free. Our Watkins Ross health plan team is well-versed in navigating the various health plan benefit options available for your retired employees and determining your health plan financial reporting liabilities. We’re also experienced in assisting self-insured employers with mandatory health plan reporting regulations to comply and protect against penalties. Contact us to learn how Watkins Ross can assist with your business’s post-employment health plan service financial reporting and reserve liabilities and together let’s discover a way to attract your employees to retirement while adhering to regulatory requirements and cost control strategies.
Michigan Now Requires More Disclosure from Local Governments Regarding their Pension and Retiree Health Systems
Michigan Public Act 202 requires more disclosure from local governments regarding their pension and retiree health systems.
Census Request & The Data Requested
It’s important to understand the census request and the data requested from your TPA to avoid inaccurate tests and potential penalties.
OPEB: Fast Facts & Planning Tips
The National Retirement Planning Coalition has designated April 11-15 as the 2016 National Retirement Planning week. In celebration, each day this week Watkins Ross will share some fast facts and planning tips on the various types of retirement plans we service....