Legislative & Regulatory
Lobbying successes designed to protect flexible compensation are just one aspect of the benefits derived from membership in The Employers Council. The Council also serves as a valuable resource to providers of flexible compensation and is dedicated to keeping members informed about policy changes in Washington.
JOIN US FOR HILL VISITS- We will be meeting with as many offices as we can to advocate a carve out from excise tax calculations of pre-tax salary reductions to FSAs and HSAs. Plan to be available starting at 9 am Tuesday, October 27 and ending at 5 pm on Wednesday, October 28. There will be a strategy meeting Tuesday morning (location and time TBD) to prepare groups.
Join more than 30 of your colleagues who will be advocating for ECFC in strategic Hill meetings planned throughout the day with a
focus on the Cadillac Tax. All ECFC members are welcome to attend this event (including a strategy planning dinner on June 9). It’s not too late to join for part or all of the day.
Peek at the Week brings weekly legislative updates directly to your inbox! These updates focus on legislative impacting the health care field and include upcoming House and Senate floor proceedings, hearing schedules, bills introduced, and news articles.
Stay informed about policy changes and understand the latest technical and regulatory developments and how they affect your business by participating in the ECFC Legislative & Regulatory Updates. John Hickman, Alston & Bird, LLP guides us through legislative and regulatory updates impacting the flexible benefits industry.
The monthly series of ECFC teleconferences, which occur every 2nd Wednesday, 1:00-2:00 PM EST (except for March and August), provide a unique and valuable opportunity for association members to receive in-depth briefings on important and timely topics by experts from ECFC’s Technical Advisory Council and key decision-makers in government.
Flex Reporter provides in-depth coverage of developments affecting cafeteria plans and cafeteria plan service providers. This quarterly publication is free to industry members and available to associate and individual members for an upgrade fee of $150.