New Resource Helps Businesses and Health Insurance Professionals Visualize the Compliance Behind ZaneHealth
Zane Benefits, the leader in individual health insurance reimbursement for small businesses, announced today the publication of an original infographic, "Understanding ZaneHealth Compliance."
The new resource helps business owners and health insurance professionals understand how ZaneHealth works and how it complies with various federal regulations and reforms.
Can employers still reimburse individual health insurance premiums? According to Zane Benefits, yes.
Do employers need to use a compliant plan to avoid costly penalties? Yes. According to Zane Benefits, the fees for non-compliance are costly; up to $100 a day, per employee.
As the infographic shows, ZaneHealth is a compliant reimbursement plan structured to comply with all applicable federal regulations including IRS, ACA, ERISA, and HIPAA.
The free infographic is available at the ZaneBenefits.com website (no download required) and provides a look the following topics:
A compliance timeline, 1954 to today
The rules and regulations for individual health insurance reimbursement
How employers can reimburse individual health insurance and avoid penalties
How ZaneHealth works
Why ZaneHealth is a compliant plan
If you find the infographic helpful, please share it with friends, employees, clients, or colleagues. You can embed the infographic on your website or download a printable PDF for your business or clients.
About Zane Benefits, Inc.
Zane Benefits is the leader in individual health insurance reimbursement for small businesses. Since 2006, Zane Benefits has been on a mission to bring the benefits of individual health insurance to business owners and their employees. Zane Benefits' software helps businesses reimburse employees for individual health insurance plans for annual savings of 20 to 60 percent compared with traditional employer-provided health insurance. Zane Benefits' software has been featured on the front-page of The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times. Learn more at www.ZaneBenefits.com.