March 11, 2021
Recent Legislative Changes to
Health & Dependent Care FSAs
Note: Due to COVID-19 this program is only being offered via webinar.

Please join the Dallas/Ft. Worth Chapter on Thursday, March 11th for our webinar "Recent Legislative Changes to Health & Dependent Care FSAs".

During the holiday break, sweeping legislation was passed and signed into law which significantly impacts health care and dependent care FSAs. These changes can be confusing, leaving benefits professionals and employers unsure of how to proceed.

Our speaker, Sarah Borders, Principal and founder of Benefits Compliance Solutions, will cover the recent legislative changes impacting health and dependent care FSAs, and how it impacts your plan. She will provide some key insights for benefits professionals and employers on how to correctly implement these optional changes, setting you up for success in the new year.
Thursday, March 11, 2021
12:00 - 1:00 pm CST
Please click here to register via Zoom.
By Tuesday, March 9, 2021.
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This program qualifies for one (1) CEBS Compliance credit.
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Sarah Borders, CEBS
Principal and Founder
Benefits Compliance Solutions

Sarah has spent the last 15 years in the employee benefits industry, has numerous designations and serves on NAHU’s Employer Working Group Subcommittee and is an active board member of Austin AHU. She recently stepped down as Vice President of Benefits Compliance at one of the nation's largest brokerage firms to start her own compliance consulting practice.

Her designations include an active license with the Texas Department of Insurance, CEBS (Certified Employee Benefits Specialist), Certified Health Care Reform Professional, HIPAA certification and Health Care Service Associate. She holds an MBA from Texas A&M Corpus Christi and a BA from University of Incarnate Word.

Her consulting firm, Benefits Compliance Solutions, partners with brokers and employers to identify unknown risks and avoid hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines and lawsuits from failure to comply with their health plan obligations.