Summer Eye Care

If you are heading outdoors this summer to relax by the water or play sports, make sure you’re taking the right precautions to keep your eyes protected. Block the Rays Overexposing your eyes to UV rays can cause serious eye problems such as cataracts. When…

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2021 HSA Limits Released

The IRS has released the 2021 HSA maximum contribution limits. See below for changes from 2020 to 2021: 2021 Contribution, Out-of-Pocket Limits for Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and High-Deductible Health Plans…

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QSEHRAs vs. ICHRAs

How do Qualified Small Employer HRAs (QSEHRA) COmpare to individual Coverage HRAs (ICHRA)   QSEHRA ICHRA Size Employers with 50 or less employees Any size employer Group Health Plans (GHP) Cannot also offer…

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Introducing Amazon Health Shopper

Use Your Surency Flex Benefits Card to Purchase Eligible Items on Amazon Surency Flex is pleased to announce the availability of Health Shopper, an e-commerce website designed around shopping for FSA/HSA eligible items via the Amazon.com shopping…

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Quick Tips to Protect Your Eyes Everyday

Take control of your eye health on a daily basis by using these tips from the National Eye Institute. Wear Sunglasses – Wearing sunglasses protects your eyes from the sun even on cloudy days. Look for sunglasses that will block 99% or 100% of UVA and UVB…

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New User Registration

Surency Flex has added a new user registration feature on Surency.com’s Member Account. If this is your first time enrolling with Surency Flex or haven't logged into your Member Account, you will now have easy access to create a new username and password from…

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Surency Announces Partnership with WEX Health for COBRA & Direct Billing Services

Surency is pleased to announce we are partnering with WEX Health for our COBRA & Direct Billing services beginning January 1, 2020.  WEX Health Cloud COBRA & Direct Billing is the health benefit industry’s leading enterprise-class system of record for COBRA,…

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Common Eye Conditions: Cataracts

According to the National Eye Institute, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery by age 80. However, you don't have to be retired to develop a cataract. People can get age-related cataracts in their 40s and 50s, but…

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Common Eye Conditions: Astigmatism

Almost everyone has astigmatism to some extent. For those with more serious or developing cases of astigmatism, it can become hazardous and affect your quality of life if left untreated. Having astigmatism means that your eyeball is not perfectly round.…

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