American Administration Services Company

Health & Welfare Services Brochure (.pdf file)

FlexCash Concept Brochure (Diagram) (.pdf file)

FlexCash White Paper request

Retirement Services Brochure (.pdf file)

Initial Enrollment Form (.pdf file)

Online Benefits Enrollment Registration

Confirmation Form (.pdf file)

Newsletter (combined archive of current year) (.pdf file)

Newsletter   (Current) (.pdf file)

VERY interesting case study by Ziff Davis on combining Smart Cards + Smart Health Care

Allowable Flex Plan Status Changes

Benefit Statement (1 page Version) (.pdf file)

Benefit Statement (8 page Version) (.pdf file)

Benefit Statements: general information

Information request Form you can FAX to us

HIPPA Policy Statement

IRS Model COBRA Election Notice in WORD format

Investment Policy Statement  (IPS) Example

Custom Cover

DOL Employee Benefit Statistics USDL03-489 (.pdf file)

Commonly used Benefit Terms & Acronyms

Social Security Fact Sheet   &   Plan Limitations

Assorted News Articles:

Benefits managers learn to deliver bad news (.pdf file)

Flexible Spending Account Wall Street Journal article (.pdf file)

Employee view: Salary vs. Benefits (Wall Street Journal) (.pdf file)


1. Who “really” invented the internet? (Hint: it is NOT Al Gore)   (.pdf file)            

 2. Who invented e-mail?            Courtesy of Darwin Magazine, A CIO sister publication - produced by CXO Media Inc., an IDG co. (.pdf file)

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