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Ace excludes Ebola claims for some new and renewal general liability policies

Published October 21, 2014 CST

Ace USA confirmed Tuesday that it will exclude coverage for Ebola claims under new and renewal general liability polices issued to companies that have exposures to certain African countries.

HHS form for health reform law reinsurance fee to be available Friday

Published October 21, 2014 CST

A long-awaited form employers will use to provide the HHS with information regulators will need to calculate the amount of a “reinsurance” fee mandated by the health care reform law will be available online starting Friday.

Employers taking action to avoid ACA excise tax

Published October 16, 2014 CST

Forty percent of employers say they expect at least one of their health care plans to be affected by a health care reform law-authorized excise tax — unless they act — with many already taking steps to reduce the likelihood that they will be hit by the tax.

Ironshore expanding into agriculture sector

Published October 20, 2014 CST

Ironshore International, a unit of Hamilton, Bermuda-based Ironshore Inc., said Monday it plans to enter the agriculture sector, offering capacity limits of up to $10 million, with the appointment of a divisional director.

IRS announces maximum 401(k) plan contribution limits for 2015

Published October 23, 2014 CST

The maximum contribution that can be made to 401(k) plans in 2015 will rise to $18,000, up from the current $17,500 limit, the Internal Revenue Service announced Thursday.

Product helps small and midsize firms measure cyber attack readiness

Published October 21, 2014 CST

Information technology solutions provider eManagement Inc. has developed a new tool to help small and midsize businesses measure their readiness to respond to and recover from cyber security attacks.

Workers' compensation rates drop again in Michigan

Published October 15, 2014 CST

Businesses in Michigan are continuing to see savings in their workers compensation rates and have saved more than $277 million since 2011, a fact the state now touts to companies interested in coming to Michigan.