Check out a quick overview of some of the regulatory updates that may affect benefit plan design next year.
By Corrie Cripps|July 24, 2020 at 09:49 AM
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While the focus for employers since March of this year has been on COVID-19 related issues, it is important for plan sponsors of group health plans to do a mid-year review of their plans for other regulatory issues and to prepare for 2021. The following are some of the regulatory updates that may affect benefit plan design next year.
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