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Section 139 Disaster Relief Payments

 May 6 2020
Section 139 of the Internal Revenue Code allows employers to make and employees to receive tax-exempt payments in times of national emergency for “qualified disaster relief.”  The President declaring a state of national emergency on March 13th resulted in the coronavirus pandemic being a federally declared disaster, which paved the way for organizations to provide relief to i...

COVID-19 Wellness Program Considerations

 May 5 2020
The past few months have found many employers focused on transitioning to remote work, digesting new legislation, and making difficult employment decisions. During this time, HORAN’s Health Management Directors have been working to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic impacts the health of our clients’ members and their health management strategy. A top concern employers have is how best t...

DOL and IRS Give the Gift of Time

 May 5 2020
Whether you are an employer plan sponsor or a plan participant, you can breathe a little easier knowing that DOL and the IRS has given you the gift of time.  The final rule issued this week extends certain notification deadlines for plans covered under ERISA or the Internal Revenue Code during the period of national emergency due to COVID-19. Read More.

Investor Cash Continues to Build

 May 5 2020
This past Friday our webinar looking at contrarian indicators included commentary on the level of cash in money market mutual funds. The below money market chart is an update from the one in the webinar and the chart shows cash levels continue to rise, now equaling $4.73 trillion. Clearly the current cash level is higher than the level reached at the peak of the financial crisis in early 2009. Re...

Wellness Tip: Building Resiliency

 May 1 2020
Resilience is a crucial skill we need to thrive in uncertain times – it is the ability to rebound productively in challenging situations, and it has a strong protective effect against anxiety.  Now more than ever, we need to build that resiliency reflex, and luckily, it can be learned and built over time. Here are six ways to bounce back in an emotionally stressful time

Navigating Medicare & Social Security

 April 30 2020
Medicare and Social Security experts, Nate Epp and Michael L. Hermes, CFA, CFP, are hosting a webinar to help individuals better understand and make decisions pertaining to Medicare and Social Security. Click here to watch the seminar.

NEW Financial Wellness Digital Series for Employees

 April 27 2020
An educated employee is an empowered employee, especially when it comes to retirement savings and financial wellness. To help employees better understand their fiduciary process, the key features of your company’s retirement plan, and the importance of setting aside money for their future, it’s crucial to offer financial education. Financial education can come in many forms and digital media is an...

Wellness Tips - May 2020 Live Well, Work Well

 April 27 2020
Click here to view the May Live Well, Work Well newsletter.

HORAN Featured in The Lane Report's "Making It Work Series"

 April 23 2020
Financial advising and insurance benefits firm HORAN took early action to help keep its employees safe from the spread of COVID-19 and provide education and encouragement to its clients. HORAN is headquartered in Cincinnati and has 140 employees in three other offices, in Fort Mitchell, Ky., Columbus and Dayton. The company specializes in employee benefits consulting, life and disability income i...

Wellness Tip: Stargazing

 April 23 2020
One of the pillars of self-compassion is a recognition of our common humanity – when we are feeling stressed out, remembering that we are part of something bigger than ourselves can be very helpful.  And what could be bigger than the universe!  Stargazing has been shown to decrease stress because it reminds us that there is a whole universe out there that we are connected to, a whole sky that we s...
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