A benefit plan
A system benefit type
None of the above.
Ignore it, you really don’t need it.
Check with your other System Admins to determine the correct course of action.
Change or edit the Benefit Type yourself.
Build another one just to make sure it works the way you want it to.
Sets the display order of the Benefit Types you have created on the Benefit Type Screen.
Nothing. We don’t really use it.
Tells the system which order to pull on reports.
Sets the display order of the Benefit Types on the Benefit Enrollment tool.
EE must meet each and every filter criteria to be eligible.
An “Or” Statement. EE needs only qualify with one filter to be eligible.
Havoc. Do not do that.
Nothing. You cannot put filters on an Eligibility Rule.
99 is the only option allowed as a max.
Whatever the customer says is the max. number of dependents to be included. If there is no limit, you can default to a high number, such as 99.
Nothing. Any deduction code will work with your Medical Plan.
Your whole benefit plan is shot. Start over.
Your deduction codes will not appear on your Medical Plan.
You deduction codes will duplicate on your Medical Plan.
EBN will not work. They won’t be able to see the extract.
COBRA integration will fail.
You will not be able to send ACH or check payments to the Third Party.
All of the above.
Figuring out what Benefit Type to use.
Determining which Deduction code to use.
Deciding if it is Pre-tax or Post tax.
Gathering all the information you need to set it up.
The Deduction will occur only if the EE was on FMLA
The deduction will always deduct since there is a remaining balance.
The deduction will always deduct because the EE is still enrolled in the Benefit Plan
The deduction will always deduct because the EE still has a deduction amount set up.
What is the New Hire Probationary Period associated with this benefit?
What are your Eligibility Rules?
What classes do you have for this benefit?
What is the EE’s hire date?
1 Master Benefit Type, 3 Client Benefit Types, 3 Benefit Plans and only 1 Deduction Code. You cannot have more than one deduction code.
1 Master Benefit Type, 3 Client Benefit Types, 3 Benefit Plans and 1 Deduction Code or 3 Deduction Codes.
1 Master Benefit Type, 1 Client Benefit Types, 3 Benefit Plans and only 1 Deduction Code
3 Master Benefit Type, 3 Client Benefit Types, 3 Benefit Plans and 1 Deduction Code or 3 Deduction Codes.
Build 3 eligibility Rules- one for each filter.
Build 1 eligibility rule with 3 filters
Build 1 eligibility rule with 3 filters but have to build a misc. Field in order to track who is Full Time.
None of the above.
Under Client Management> Payroll> Deductions
Under Client Management> Payroll> Deductions and Under Client Management> Payroll> Memo Calcs
Under Client Management> Payroll> Memo Calcs
System Management>Pay Item Maintenance> Deductions