Are you overpaying for your pharmacy benefits, and how do you know?

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Solid Benefit Guidance (SBG) assisted a non-profit health system in saving 11-15% from their total pharmacy spend of over two million per year. For more information on how SBG could help control costs on your pharmacy spend, contact John Pfenning for a no-cost, no-commitment consultation.

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Trend Report: Fundraising Knowledge Hub for Non-Profits

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What considerations do you deliberate on when developing a fundraising strategy? Some of the most important considerations are how people donate; who donates; when they donate; and how to capture the next generation of income-earners. So let’s discuss these trends to better understand how to maximize your fundraising efforts!

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So you’ve dodged the FLSA overtime shake-up, what do you need to prepare for next?

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While many employers including non-profits are breathing a sigh of relief that FLSA changes will not have to be implemented for December 1, there may be more state DOL concerns to consider before the year is out. By now every non-profit knows the new federal FLSA overtime rules will not go into effect on December 1, 2016.  The much discussed federal blockage of the FLSA overtime rule may not be the reprieve non-profits expect. Non-profits still need to comply with state regulations.
Before the federal FLSA overtime rule was struck down by a United States District Court in Texas on November 22nd, it was easier for non-profits to neglect consideration of state requirements because they were superseded by the federal FLSA ruling.

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Things Employers Should Consider Post-Election

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Regardless of your political leanings, this year’s election was monumental. With Republican control of the executive branch and both houses (51 Senate seats and 236 seats in the House of Representatives), the President-Elect will have more power to alter existing and enact new legislation than in the preceding six years.

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