SCA Government Contractor
Hourly cost fully insured major medical
compliant fringe benefit plans.
Many contractors pay the fringe benefit portion of the prevailing wage as additional cash wages, not realizing that it’s inflating their bids and costing them more in payroll taxes. When a company wins more contracts, employees have continued work. Because adding fringe benefit package reduces the payroll taxes and other costs incurred by paying the fringe as cash, it allows companies to reduce their labor costs and win more jobs, including higher paying public jobs.
Whether you are a service contractor working under an even numbered (average) or odd numbered (individual) contract, or a construction contractor required to provide prevailing wages and certified payroll, we have the necessary tools to help you conform to federal contract standards.
Easily manage enrollment updates, information editing, eligibility, terminations, deductions history, hour tracking, qualified benefit changes and more.
Hour banking also allows your employees to “bank” hours during peak work periods, then use these excess hours to maintain benefits coverage during slow periods and work stoppages.
Our in-house plan design experts will recommend benefit plan options to maximize employee satisfaction and savings potential for both owners and employees.
Reporting for audit trail and fringe benefit accounting.
Our open-architecture government contractor retirement plans through Registered Investment Advisers allows contributions to be made to a retirement plan.
We eliminate the need for payroll deductions for premiums not covered 100% by fringe or employer dollars. Employees can log in and stay ‘on-benefit’ through debit, credit card or ACH payment methods.
Full line of worksite health screenings and travel immunizations to help companies and their employees actively manage and improve their personal health. With more than 20 years of experience as a leading wellness resource and provider of onsite corporate health services.
Affordable Care Act rules requirement determination of full-time status of all employees, including variable hour and seasonal employees (which are more difficult to measure). Full-time employment is defined as 30+ hours per week calculated on specified measurement periods. Learn More about the ACA
In compliance with New York state law, we provide these resources to allow prospective or current members to estimate anticipated out-of-pocket costs for out-of-network health care services. New York members can obtain an estimated cost for out-of-network services by contacting us today.
The AbilityOne Program creates jobs and training opportunities for people who are blind or who have other severe disabilities, empowering them to lead more productive and independent lives. Its primary means is by requiring government agencies to purchase from nonprofit organizations employing such individuals.
In general, the regulations permit an employer to discharge his obligation to furnish the fringe benefits specific in an applicable fringe benefit determination by furnishing any equivalent combination of “bona fide” fringe benefits or by making equivalent cash payment.
The Davis-Bacon Act, as amended, requires that each contract over $2,000 to which the United States or the District of Columbia is a party for the construction, alteration, or repair of public buildings or public works shall contain a clause setting forth the minimum wages to be paid to various… Learn More
The Service Contract Act requires contractors and subcontractors performing services on prime contracts in excess of $2,500 to pay service employees in various classes no less than the wage rates and fringe benefits found prevailing in the locality, or the rates (including prospective increases).
The intent of State Prevailing Wage Laws is to require that contractors supply their workers on certain public projects with a reasonable hourly wage and benefit level. In keeping, construction and service workers within a particular region will receive similar rates on publicly funded projects. Learn More
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and HIPAA’s implementing regulations, Title 45, Parts 160 and 164, of the Code of Federal Regulations (Privacy and Security Rules), require that all group health plans comply with the requirements for protecting PHI.