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FFCRA Poster, USDOL Guidance on FFRCA, Exempt EE Layoff or Furlough, Essential Business, and Cares Act.

Posted by Andrew Kaiser on March 26, 2020

As developments continue, we want to continue to keep our clients up to date on various rules and clarifications on FFCRA as well as a quick word about the changes proposed in the bill that was passed on March 25th by the US Senate. FFCRA IMPLEMENTATION POSTER RELEASED On March 25th, USDOL released the required […]

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Layoffs and Furloughs, Tax Credit Basics, and FFCRA EE Leave Form

Posted by Andrew Kaiser on March 24, 2020

We wanted to share with you this LONG update on the state of issues related to COVID-19 including some questions that many folks have asked over the last few weeks. It has been formatted to allow you to print and read if that is easier than reading on the screen or from your mail application. […]

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), EPL and EFMLA

Posted by Andrew Kaiser on March 19, 2020

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) With President Trump’s signature on March 18th, this new law will go into effect on April 2, 2020. Largely nothing changed from the version that passed the House on Monday evening, but here’s a visual breakdown between the two leave provisions contained in the law. We hope that this […]

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How will COVID-19 effect our business?

Posted by Robert Broome, Jr. on March 18, 2020

To Our Valued Clients and Business Partners, We are certainly living in unprecedented times.  Without any question, COVID-19 is changing our day to day activities and how we all conduct business.  Rest assured, we at Broome Associates remain open for business and are fully staffed. If you prefer the short version, here are the bullet […]

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Webinar Recording Link, COVID-19 Impact on Benefits

Posted by Andrew Kaiser on March 18, 2020

For our clients who were on the COVID-19 Impact on Benefits Webinar on March 18th, we apologize for the technical difficulty that we all experienced. After following up with Fuze Meetings, we were informed that their system was just overwhelmed by the increase in video conferencing due to social distancing. Once we are confident that […]

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Admin Changes, FFCRA Basics, HIPPA and ADA, Disability Webinar Invitation

Posted by Lori Alala on March 16, 2020

As we continue to see developments on both governmental and industry reactions to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), our team at Broome Associates wants to keep you up-to-date on how this will impact you as employers and on the benefits front. This email is providing you an update through 4 pm ET on March 16, but will be […]

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Celebrating Decades of Service

Posted by Amanda Riley on January 30, 2020

30 Years: Robert Broome is a Managing Partner of Broome Associates, and serves as Business Insurance Consultant. Robert is a member of the Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina and the Lake Hickory Rotary Club, and has been active in the community as the Chairman of the Executive Board of the Catawba County Chamber of […]

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Social Security and Medicare Integration

Posted by Amanda Riley on January 3, 2020

    This blog post is brought to you by Deaton Smith of Thayer Financial.   Social Security and Medicare Integration How Social Security Works I frequently receive questions when it comes to how Medicare and Social Security coordinate. Hopefully, I’ll answer a few of those questions with this article. Social Security is an amazing […]

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Client Appreciation Day

Posted by Broome Associates on November 22, 2019

We are thankful for you and your continued trust in Broome Associates! On December 4th, we would like to take a moment to say “Thank you” in person from 8-10am. At Broome Associates, our passion is helping people – our clients and community. Because of this, we have formed meaningful relationships with many of you, […]

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“Suitable” or In Your Best Interest: What Is Your Financial Advisor’s Standard of Care?

Posted by Broome Associates on May 14, 2019

When it comes to the person who manages your money, do you expect he or she is required to make decisions in your best interest financially? I’m guessing that you said yes and you probably assume your current advisor is already doing that. Not all financial advisors, however, are equal when it comes to the […]

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