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Dependent Verification and Approval Services

BAS’ dependent verification service through MyEnroll.com offers employers the ability to reduce health care costs by confirming that only eligible dependents are covered under their plan.

A dependent eligibility audit can be conducted on a one-time or annual basis, as BAS’ Dependent Verification and Approval Services are fully customizable. Each dependent eligibility review is tailored to the individual employer’s needs.

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User IDs and Passwords for Administrator

MyEnroll.com allows as many people as needed to have access to a particular employer account as an administrator. Each individual identified as an employer administrator is assigned a unique user ID and password to access the employer account in MyEnroll.com.

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Reminders for Employers Who Offer Debit Card with FSA

Employers who offer the Benny Card pre-paid debit card in connection with their health flexible spending account plan administered by BAS will find the following questions and answers helpful information for Benny Card holders.

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New Account Set Up Program

BAS’ Cobra Control Services, LLC provides a quick and easy way for brokers to set up a new employer account through MyEnroll.com. Simply log into MyEnroll.com with your reseller user ID and password. Then, click on “Add new COBRA and/or FSA account.”

You may wish to notify your client before you set up a new employer for services. After you complete your portion of the new employer setup, CCS emails a services contract to the employer administrator identified in the system. The employer representative must sign the services agreement electronically before CCS will begin to provide COBRA administrative services.

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Flexible Spending Account Plan Document Drafting

Under IRS rules, all flexible spending account plans must be captured in a written plan document. BAS can work with your organization to prepare the appropriate documentation.

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COBRA Election Frequently Asked Questions

BAS’ Cobra Control Services, LLC (CCS) strives to make the COBRA administration process easy for both administrators and COBRA continuants.

The following Frequently Asked Questions identify 26 COBRA questions that employees or former employees repeatedly ask BAS’ call center agents. Some questions address COBRA rules, and some address CCS’ administrative processes. The Q&As follow. While tailored to continuants, the following Q&As provide useful information about CCS’ COBRA administration processes.

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Health Care Reform Language in COBRA Notices

Cobra Control Services, LLC has revised its COBRA qualifying event notices to incorporate health care reform language required by the Department of Labor. This new language informs COBRA continuants that Beginning 2014, they may purchase individual health coverage through the state-based Exchange Marketplace. It also advises that individuals may be eligible for a tax credit to purchase coverage through the Marketplace.

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Availability of COBRA Reports

Cobra Control Services, LLC makes administration of COBRA easy and efficient. Toward this end, CCS sends emails with reports summarizing COBRA use.

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What is Email Verification?

Benefit Allocation Systems, Inc. and its MyEnroll.com uses email addresses to communicate with plan participants. In order to be certain that the email address an employer provides MyEnroll.com, or an email address that an administrator and/or employee enters into MyEnroll.com is truly associated with the corresponding employee, BAS requires that the employee verify the email address. This email verification must take place before MyEnroll.com will use the address for employee communications.

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Pending Dependents During Enrollment

Employers can manage dependent eligibility through MyEnroll.com.

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