Benefits Compliance

The Benefits Partners compliance and regulatory team offers professional support that our agency extends to clients juggling COBRA, HIPAA, ERISA, FMLA and cafeteria plan responsibilities. Get answers on our HR & Compliance website or from industry attorneys with national and state-specific expertise. A checklist of compliance requirements, wrap document assistance, 5500 services, webinars and co-branded material rounds out your toolbox.

Benefits Compliance Portal

Imagine what it would mean to you or your HR Department if you could be provided with a customized, self-service benefits compliance portal designed to strengthen adherence to the numerous federal requirements applicable to health and welfare plans. Now you can.


  • Extensive information on each compliance requirement
  • Capability for you and your Benefits Advisor to create task lists
  • Personalized lists of required items based on company size and type of employee benefit plans
  • Self-service through direct client access
  • iPad accessibility

Health Care Reform

Visualize having (1) one go-to resource on health care reform by using Benefits Partners’ extensive platform of support and resources, including a Web-based portal loaded with the most current Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) information. Gain access to our PPACA “interpreter” who helps keep compliance problems and penalties away becomes easier when you take advantage of our wide array of top-tier tools, including:

  • Bi-Weekly Compliance Newsletters
  • Webinars
  • Presentations
  • White papers
  • Modeling tools

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Benefit Advisors, Inc. is a member of Benefits Partners, a national corporate benefits organization of more than 185 offices across the country.

Any advice or guidance given on compliance is done so based on the information we have available at this time.  We are not attorneys, nor are we accountants.  Our information is based on the guidance and communication given from the Health and Human Services department as well as the Department of Labor and IRS.