BAS at DFMC

Posted by BAS - 28 September, 2023

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Benefit Allocation Systems, LLC was a sponsor at the Diocesan Fiscal Management Conference (DFMC) annual meeting held in Colorado September 25 through September 27.

DFMC’s mission is to provide leadership in fiscal management to the Catholic Church. The Annual Meeting provides presentations and workshops that focus on service to the Church in the Ministry of Fiscal Management. The DFMC promotes the spiritual growth of its members; encourages the development of professional relationships of its members; facilitates the free exchange of ideas and information; and provides fiscal and administrative expertise and professional services to the local and national Church.

BAS has attended the DFMC Annual Meeting for several years. For more information about BAS, BAS-at-DFMC, BAS’ religious sector capabilities, or BAS’ health care reform data collection & consolidation please contact BAS at 1-800-945-5513 or email solutions@basusa.com.


Benefit Allocation Systems (BAS) provides best-in class, online solutions for: Employee Benefits Enrollment; COBRA; Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs); Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs); Leave of Absence Premium Billing (LOA); Affordable Care Act Record Keeping, Compliance & IRS Reporting (ACA); Group Insurance Premium Billing; Property & Casualty Premium Billing; and Payroll Integration.

MyEnroll360 can Integrate with any insurance carrier for enrollment eligibility management (e.g., Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Aetna, United Health Care, Kaiser, CIGNA and many others), and integrate with any payroll system for enrollment deduction management (e.g., Workday, ADP, Paylocity, PayCor, UKG, and many others).

Topics: MyEnroll360 Solutions, BAS News, MyEnroll360 News, Diocesan Fiscal Management Conference


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