Links to Media Reports
As the discussion on healthcare reform proceeds, there are many media outlets that provide information and opinion on various ideas that are being discussed. This area provides links to some of these media outlets and their recently released articles on healthcare reform
Congress punishes commuters in 2014
ECFC Executive Director Natasha Rankin featured calling for permanent parity for the transit portion of the commuter benefit.
Can I use 401K to buy a home?
Article in the San Francisco Chronicle featuring ECFC Executive Director Natasha Rankin providing answers to questions from readers about flexible spending accounts.
Growth in employers’ health costs slows; workers’ share rises
Article in the Chicago Tribune featuring ECFC Board Member Allen Wishner, CFCI, on how businesses are looking for ways to cut costs and the result to employees.
Health law changes everyone’s open enrollment
Article in USA Today featuring ECFC Board Member Allen Wishner, CFCI, on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on small companies.
- Expanded article with video by USA TODAY’s Jayne O’Donnell, October 5, 2013
Small businesses face challenges as they try to navigate new health rules, September 18, 2013
Article by Susan Tompor in the Detroit Free Press featuring expertise provided by ECFC Board Member Jody Dietel.
Ensure professionals have training and certification options in today’s flexible compensation world
ECFC Education Committee Co-Chair Susan Sieger provides LifeProHealth.com with information how important it is to provide brokers, agents, and benefit professionals with resources like those available from ECFC for employee benefit education and compliance.
Appointment of New ECFC Board Directors
Appointment of New ECFC Board Directors 5/12/2013 Announcement in the Washington Post of appointment of Reed Erickson of SelectAccount, Beth Griffin of MasterCard, and John W. Rownd of Optum to the ECFC Board of Directors.
Help the Health Accounts
ECFC Executive Director Natasha Rankin offers a guest post on LifeProHealth.com encouraging employers to take action now to preserve their employee benefits plans.