2018 Retirement Employee Benefits and Healthcare Forum
Starting on April 17, 2018
Regardless of size and resources, all businesses are required to manage employee benefits responsibly and legally, and your retirement plans, employee benefits and health care offerings will continue to face many uncertainties. This four-hour seminar will dive deep into such topics as changes in health care delivery, how to create creative compensation strategies and how tax reform impacts employer sponsored employee benefit plans.
This course is designed for human resources directors, retirement plan sponsors, benefit plan managers, controllers and CFOs.
Changes in Health Care Delivery
Health and group benefits decisions have become even more complex with the introduction of medical plans offered through OhioHealth (Ohio Healthy Medical Plan), the Midwest Health Collaborative and others. Steve Parsons, Findley Davies and Steve Cindrich,Ohio Healthy Medical Plan will discuss what's new and how to develop a multi-year strategy which takes into account foundational changes.
Creative Compensation Strategies for Today's Workforce
Today's workforce continues to bring challenges to our everyday lives. Doing more with less to get and keep good people is the new normal. Companies that fail to thoughtfully plan how they will attract, retain and motivate their employees will ultimately lose the battle. Learn from Jeanette Kopmanis, Findley Davies, how to develop a creative compensation strategy with all the right pieces to help you stand out from the crowd and make our everyday challenges a bit easier.
Tax Reform and Form 5500 News
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1) provides significant changes to the Internal Revenue Code, including a number of changes that impact employer sponsored employee benefit plans. Jason Lumpkin, Schneider Downs and Jason Rothman, Findley Davies, will analyze the employee benefit plan changes under H.R.1 that impact the retirement, welfare and fringe benefit plans sponsored by employers.
In addition, they will discuss the latest updates to IRS Form 5500 series that plan sponsors must understand.