Navigating the regulatory and legislative compliance requirements of ERISA, HIPAA, COBRA, FMLA, the IRS Code and other regulations governing insurance requires in-depth knowledge and constant monitoring.

We are not only knowledgeable, but proactive in ensuring you are kept abreast of all relevant regulations and legislative changes. Our Compliance Team includes on-staff ERISA attorneys who monitor benefits-related legislation, including Health Care Reform, to help you comply with the law.

Compliance Services to Keep You Informed

Clients are informed of all regulatory and legislative issues that may affect their employee benefits plans through a variety of timely bulletins, educational opportunities and tools. Important information is disseminated to you in the following ways:

•    Annual Legislative Seminar presented by our ERISA attorneys
•    “Breaking News” bulletins
•    Monthly compliance newsletters
•    Sample documents and guides
•    Online compliance tools with government links
•    Access to compliance professionals

In addition to our in-house team of professionals, we partner with external experts that can assist you with compliance issues, such as:

•    IRS Form 5500 Preparation
•    Employment Law
•    COBRA & FSA Administration
•    A variety of additional Human Resources matters

Staying informed and up-to-date on legislative and regulatory requirements is paramount to your business, and MMA will be your partner in making sure you stay informed of all your state and federal requirements.

Legislative Compliance Resources

News & Resources

Ensure you are up-to-date and in compliance using our monthly compliance newsletters and breaking news updates.

How Healthcare Reform May Affect Your Business

We have created an online tool to help our clients determine how healthcare reform may affect their business. CLICK HERE to access our Health Care Reform Online Modeling Tool.

Note: This tool is password protected. For a username and password, please contact your MMA representative.


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