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Families First Coronavirus Response (FFCRA) Act
> FBA Webinar on the Families First Act (FFCRA) and COVID-19 training
> Summary of the FFCRA Act from FBA’s Senior Consultant Ernie Sweat
> Fisher Phillips Law Firm FFCRA Webinar (3/25/2020)
> FFCRA Required Workplace Posters
> Instructions for posters
> Department of Labor (DOL) Families First Act Q&A
> Families First Act Sample Company – Policy from HR Service
Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act
> Congress Funds Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) with an Additional $380 Billion
> FBA Summary of the CARES Act by Ernie Sweat, Senior Consultant
> CARES Act Info for employers with fewer than 500 employees (NAHU)
> President Trump Signs $2 Trillion CARES Act
How the CARES Act will affect HSA’s, HRA’s and FSA’s
- HSA-qualified health plans can now cover telehealth and other remote care service expenses below the HDHP statutory deductible limit, or at no or low-cost sharing, without affecting an account holder’s ability to continue contributing to their HSA. This provision will last until December 31, 2021.
- Over-the-counter drugs and medicines can be paid for or reimbursed through an FSA, HRA or HSA without a doctor’s prescription.
- Menstrual care products are now considered a qualified medical expense and are eligible for payment or reimbursement through an FSA, HRA or HSA. All expenses incurred after December 31, 2019 qualify, and the provision has no expiration date.