The Boon Group, Inc. Announces The U.S. Department of Labor's Fringe Benefit Rate for SCA Will Not Rise

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Based on a memorandum from The U.S. Department of Labor which released its annual announcement regarding the rate for Service Contract Act (SCA) Health and Welfare Fringe Benefits, the rate will remain at $4.27 per hour, effective July 29, 2016.

Based on a memorandum from The U.S. Department of Labor which released its annual announcement regarding the rate for Service Contract Act (SCA) Health and Welfare Fringe Benefits, the rate will remain at $4.27 per hour, effective July 29, 2016.

The policy of retaining two different methods for determining compliance will be continued again this year. The employee-by-employee benefit rate of $4.27 per hour translates to $170.80 per week and $740.13 per month.

The Boon Group, which has more than thirty years of experience in providing affordable employee benefit solutions to government contractors, has over those decades risen to become an industry leader. The company’s driving philosophy is to make healthcare more accessible and transparent with the belief that healthcare is a basic human right for all.

Toward this end, the employees at The Boon Group are driven to exceed the expectations of their clients, to whom they commit their utmost in being a partner who puts people first. As we head into the election season, it is clear that healthcare remains a top priority of U.S. employers. By being a trustworthy business partner to their clients, The Boon Group’s mission to humanize healthcare and serve as an example in the community to allow people to age fearlessly and live with passion and purpose.

About the Boon Group
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, The Boon Group® is a full-service employee benefits company dedicated to putting people first. Empowered by a sense of service, the company promotes accessible and transparent healthcare as a basic human right and does its best to serve its community with its values-driven leadership.

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