In this week’s Best Money Moves roundup, we take a look at news stories and new research studies that may impact employee benefits and HR issues. We hope you find this news roundup helpful, and we’d love your feedback.

After Donald Trump’s election last November, many employers and benefits providers worried about updating their employees’ health insurance plans to comply with new health insurance regulations.

After all, Trump proclaimed loudly and often on the campaign trail that one of his first actions in office would be to repeal the Affordable Care Act – AKA Obamacare – and replace it with something else.

Now, it appears that may not happen until 2018.

The president told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly in a televised interview on Sunday, Feb. 5, that he hopes to unveil a plan “by the end of the year, at least the rudiments, but we should have something within the year and the following year.”

Here’s the latest on the President’s quest to repeal and replace the ACA.

Workplace stress is on the rise. A new study found 60 percent of workers say their workplace stress has increased in the last five years. Learn what’s stressing them out.

Is your company hoping to hire an information security analyst or a truck driver this year? If so, you may have trouble finding qualified candidates. These are two of the 10 toughest jobs to fill in 2017.

Helping your employees lower their financial stress doesn’t have to involve a complete financial overhaul. Sometimes the smallest changes have the biggest impacts. Three budget saves that will improve employees’ financial situations.

Are your employees saving enough for retirement? Without a crystal ball, it’s difficult to figure out exactly how much money you’ll need in the future. Learn how to help employees estimate their future needs.

95 percent of HR professionals say burnout is hurting their companies’ employee retention. So how do you combat the workplace stresses that lead to burnout? Start at the top.

When your employees are financially stressed, they may feel tempted to raid their retirement plans for extra cash. This is a bad idea because in addition to owing taxes and penalties on the money they withdraw, they’re also setting themselves up to retire with less money than they’ll need. Here’s how to discourage early withdrawals.

The Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, set to take effect in April, is meant to protect people’s retirement savings. President Trump has asked the DOL to review the rule, hoping to delay or replace it. What does that mean for your employees’ retirement accounts?

Looking for a way to incentivize your employees? Offering rewards for a job well done is a great way to boost productivity and increase employee loyalty. Here are the top 10 employee incentives.

The employee benefits industry is constantly changing. You want to stay on top of it and offer the best, most up-to-date benefits packages possible. Read 10 tips for staying relevant in this industry.

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