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Please Join Us at Our Upcoming Learning Café

Benefit Communication Tools Seminar

Open enrollment can bring confusion and questions. Skate through with the help of our many communications tools. Join The Miller Group and client guests for breakfast.
April 27 from 8:00 to 10:30 a.m.

Cyber Exposure 101

US companies lost $40B from unauthorized computer use last year. Understand common hack attacks and how to protect your information. Join Michael Costello of Evolve MGA for happy hour.
May 10 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

Employee Benefits Question of the Month

Many of our employees have adult children who remain on their plan through the age of 25, as allowed by the ACA. Many of those employees (and their adult children) are enrolled in our high deductible health plan (HDHP) and health savings account (HSA). I have read that HSAs can only be used to reimburse an individual for a child’s medical expenses up to the age of 23. This makes no sense to me. If they have a child on the plan who is 25 years old, why wouldn’t they be allowed to seek reimbursement for the child’s unpaid medical expenses past the age of 23? We have been getting a lot of questions about this, and I want to make sure we get it right.

To find out this answer, as well as other Employee Benefits Question of the Month answers, click here.

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