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IRS Sets Health Savings Account Limits for 2020

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced on May 28, 2019, the increasing out-of-pocket dollar limits for Group plans for the 2020 calendar year. Updates were also made for the rising contribution, deductible and out-of-pocket limits for high deductible plans (HDHPs) and health savings accounts (HSAs). These changes will affect both self-coverage plans (for one individual) Read More

The evolving field of tech

This article was originally posted on by Crain Content Studio.  For every dollar spent on a coding position, there is a two-fold spend on customer-interfacing jobs at Cleveland-based FormFire. The positions range from product strategist, IT operations and user interface designer, to the newer and increasingly relevant role of the customer success associate. The Read More

FormFire is the Technology Partner of Choice for MMAC and Humana

FormFire is pleased to announce we have been selected as the technology partner of choice for the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) and the Humana Affinity Plan. Tim Sheehy, President of the MMAC, said, “In partnering with Humana, MMAC is offering a quality and affordable health insurance product that our members are seeking. This Read More

FormFire Releases Community Quoting Tool In Michigan

We are happy to announce that our quoting tool PricePing™ has expanded into another state. We are live in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Virginia and now Michigan. The carriers currently available in Michigan include Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, HealthPlus of Michigan, Paramount Healthcare, Total Health Care and United Healthcare. The time-saving tool Read More

Like your plan? You can keep it…again.

For benefits brokers looking at their block of 51-99 business, this year is shaping up like a bad sequel. Less than 2 years removed from the “Great Quote Tsunami of 2013,” brokers are gearing up for what could be an even bigger, crazier off-cycle shopping season in 2015. You can call this one “Quote Tsunami Read More