- Flexible benefits--a new approach to employee benefits. Miller, Ned A. // CPA Journal;Jul95, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p60
Discusses the accounting treatment of flexible cafeteria benefits in the United States. Strengths of the plan; Duplication of coverage with medical benefits; Hypothetical problem to illustrate duplication of coverage; Major medical; Group life insurance; Disability income insurance; Dental...
- Flexible spending accounts gain in benefit programs. // Corporate Board;Mar/Apr90, Vol. 11 Issue 61, p28
Reports on the results of a survey conducted by Hay/Huggins on the gains of flexible spending accounts in employee benefit programs in the United States. Availability of the accounts.
- Runaway health costs boost demand for flexible benefit programs. // Corporate Board;May/Jun91, Vol. 12 Issue 68, p26
Reports on the results of A. Higgins & Co. Inc.'s survey on the effect of the increased cost of health care benefits on the use of flexible benefits programs in the United States. Rate in the increase on the number of employers offering flexible benefits; Cited reason for the trend; Common...
- Section 125: Cafeteria plans and public accountants. Thurmond, Jeffery C. // National Public Accountant;Aug96, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p10
Reports on the growing number of employers implementing cafeteria plans as of August 1996. Results of a survey of employers; Comparison with medical savings accounts; Tax treatment for cafeteria plans.
- Increase spendable income. // Outlook;Summer95, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p27
Recommends that accountants pass on the tax savings of Section 125 cafeteria plan services to one's employees or clients through Flex One. Qualified benefits; Flex One services and support for Section 125 plans.
- Flexible spending time bomb. Gamble, Richard // Treasury & Risk Management;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p75
Focuses on the risks associated with flexible spending accounts (FSA) in the United States. Employees eligible for FSA; Experiences of companies in using FSA plans; Potential problems in FSA plans. INSET: Make your FSA taut, by R.G..
- More choices, lower costs motivate companies to move to voluntary benefit plans. Ungashik, Patrick A. // Westchester County Business Journal;9/4/95, Vol. 34 Issue 36, p15
Focuses on the concept of voluntary employee benefits. Quiz for determining the importance of the voluntary employee benefit; Advantages to employers and employees.
- Flex plan outlook. Schachner, Michaelk // Business Insurance;11/14/94, Vol. 28 Issue 46, p6
Reports on a survey showing employers' plan to offer flexible benefit plans in 1995. Increase in the number of employers installing flexible benefit plans; Consultants and administrators' anticipation on an increase in the use of flexible spending accounts by client companies.
- Flex benefits plans can save money. Heilman, Don // American City & County;Jan1998, Vol. 113 Issue 1, p6
Shows the benefits of having flexible benefits plans in the United States. Reference to Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Service Code; Discussion on the payment of employee premiums on a pre-tax basis; What are the pre-tax components of a public sector flex plan.