upon the death of a deceased employee's surviving spouse and last dependent
, or upon the death of the employee, if there is no surviving spouse or dependents
, any unused reimbursement amount will be paid as a reimbursement of substantiated medical care expenses of a beneficiary designated by the employee.
2011) demonstrating that state laws expanding young adult dependent
coverage led to an increase in the likelihood of such coverage.
Request for Proposals: Dependent
eligibility audit of the self-funded medical and dental plans
Last year, the Labor Ministry ruled that dependents
of expats could not work unless they transferred their Iqama to their employer.
Expenses paid to dependents
of the employee or the employee's spouse, or to children of the employee under age 19, are not excludable (Sec.
1 Plan for future medical, educational and housing needs for your dependent
A dismissal of an employee for taking time off for dependents
is automatically unfair regardless of the employee's length of service.
Each year, ineligible dependents
consume up to 6 percent of self-funded employers' total annual plan expenses, racking up millions of dollars in unnecessary medical claims.
With near double-digit cost increases on the horizon, there's never been a better time to reduce the burden of ineligible dependents
to help guard against out-of-control health care costs.
Bank of America (BofA) (NYSE: BAC) is set to begin early expansion of health insurance coverage for dependents
up to age 26 through an employee's company health plans in advance of a government requirement.
WORCESTER - The city has been able to verify that nearly 90 percent of the dependents
covered under the city's health insurance plans are eligible for such coverage.
She then traces the origins of colonial households, comprised of a household head, usually the husband and father, and dependents
ranging from his wife and children to extended kin and bound laborers.