The IRS has released 2024 contribution limits for FSAs, HSA and commuter benefits:
FSA (medical, limited, and combination FSAs): $3,200 per year
FSA carryover: $640 per year
Commuter benefits: $315 per month
QSEHRA: $6,150 ($12,450 for family coverage)
HSA: Single $4,150 and Family $8,300 per year
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ESG offers a variety of employee benefit plans including health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance.
Our health insurance coverage area includes all 50 states in the US. We partner with major insurance carriers to offer comprehensive coverage options.
To enroll in an employee benefit plan, please contact ESG and one of our representatives will guide you through the enrollment process.
Eligibility criteria may vary depending on the specific benefits program. Generally, full-time employees who work at least 30 hours per week are eligible for our benefits programs. Some programs may also have specific eligibility requirements based on job title or length of service.
An HSA, or Health Savings Account, is a tax-advantaged savings account that can be used to pay for qualified medical expenses. It is available to individuals who are enrolled in a high-deductible health plan (HDHP).
Qualified medical expenses that can be paid for with HSA funds include deductibles, copayments, prescriptions, and certain medical procedures and services. For a complete list of qualified expenses, please refer to IRS Publication 502.
The Health Savings Account (HSA) triple tax advantage refers to the unique tax benefits associated with HSAs, which are specialized accounts designed to help individuals save and pay for qualified medical expenses. The "triple tax advantage" refers to three key tax benefits that HSAs offer:
In essence, the HSA triple tax advantage allows individuals to contribute to the account with pre-tax dollars, earn investment returns tax-free, and withdraw funds for eligible medical expenses without incurring taxes. This combination of tax benefits makes HSAs a powerful tool for managing healthcare costs and saving for medical expenses in a tax-efficient manner. It's important to note that in order to take full advantage of the triple tax benefits, you need to use the HSA funds solely for qualified medical expenses.
Yes, we offer commuter benefits such as transit passes and parking subsidies. These benefits help employees save money on their daily commute and reduce their carbon footprint.
We offer both 401(k) and IRA retirement plans, which are managed by reputable financial institutions. Our retirement plans come with a range of investment options and flexible contribution options.
A 401(k) plan is a retirement savings plan that is sponsored by an employer. Employees can contribute a portion of their pre-tax income to the plan, and the employer may also contribute to the plan on behalf of the employee.
A Roth 401(k) is a type of 401(k) plan where contributions are made with after-tax dollars. This means that withdrawals in retirement are tax-free, as opposed to traditional 401(k) plans where withdrawals are taxed as income.