Flexible Benefit Service Corporation Publishes Guide on What to Look for in an FSA Administrator

Employer Survey Results Announced in Best Practices White Paper

ROSEMONT, Ill., Aug. 16, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Flexible Benefit Service Corporation (Flex) announced today that it will publish results from their recent survey of more than 2,000 employers on the key factors they considered when selecting a third-party administrator (TPA) for their flexible spending account (FSA). Flex has compiled these best practices into a free guide for employers titled, "What to Look for in an FSA Administrator."

These results are being distributed in an effort to help employers with the FSA outsourcing process, learn why a TPA would be used, what specific features to look for, as well as how and when to look. Employers will benefit from this white paper by gaining perspective on what their peers deem most beneficial and gives them a defined starting point in their search for an FSA administrator.

"We understand that there's a lot on the line for employers when outsourcing their FSA to an administrator," said President of Flex, John DiVito. "This guide was put together to give employers a blueprint to follow in their search, and make it an efficient and effective process."

Download a free copy of the "What to Look for in an FSA Administrator" white paper.

For more information about Flex, visit www.flexiblebenefit.com or call 888-353-9178.

Nick Severino
Flexible Benefit Service Corporation (Flex)

About Flexible Benefit Service Corporation

Flexible Benefit Service Corporation (Flex), headquartered in Rosemont, Ill., is a leader in the health insurance and benefits administration markets. Since 1988, Flex has offered cost-effective health care solutions that are integrated with unparalleled expertise, service and technology for health insurance producers, as well as employers and employees. The two divisions at Flex are the General Agency and Flex Plans. The General Agency offers health insurance producers free access to leading health, Medicare, ancillary and voluntary insurance carriers, products, resources and more. The Flex Plans division serves employers and employees through its tax-advantaged, consumer-driven portfolio of benefits administration and reimbursement products that are designed to add cost-effective value to any benefits package.

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