About Jennifer Carsen

Jennifer Carsen
JD, Senior Legal Editor
Phone: 860-510-0100

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Jennifer Carsen, J.D. is a Senior Legal Editor for BLR’s human resources and employment law publications, focusing on benefits compliance. In the past, she served as the managing editor of California Employer Resources (CER), BLR’s California-specific division, overseeing the content of CER’s print and online publications and coordinating live events and webinars for both BLR and CER. Before joining CER in 2005, Ms. Carsen was a Legal Editor at CCH, Inc. and practiced in the Labor & Employment Department at Sidley & Austin, LLP in Chicago. She received her law degree from the New York University School of Law and her B.A. from Williams College. She is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association.

Recent articles by Jennifer Carsen

  • Employee Benefits Q&A: Can Employers Just Give Employees Money to Purchase Their Own Health Insurance?

    The ongoing, and ever-changing, saga over the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has certainly kept benefits nerds glued to the news. As we have been getting many versions of the same question from subscribers lately, I thought it was worth some discussion: Can we give employees money to put towards the purchase of their own healthcare insurance?

  • CBO Releases Much-Anticipated Cost Estimate of ACA Repeal/Replace Plan

    On March 13, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its cost estimate of the effects of the proposed Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal/replace legislation.

  • ACA Repeal Proposal Released; Cadillac Tax Remains

    On March 6, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) released long-awaited proposed legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through a budget process known as reconciliation—a process that allows legislation to be passed with a simple majority in the Senate. The legislation is part of House Republicans’ American Health Care Act.

  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs): 2 Exceptions to 'Use-It-or-Lose-It'

    Generally speaking, money contributed to a health flexible spending account (FSA) in any plan year can be used only to reimburse qualified expenses incurred during that year; money not used to reimburse eligible medical expenses incurred during the plan year is forfeited.


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