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Forbes Nonprofit Council is an invitation-only, organization for senior-level executives of successful nonprofit organizations. ECFC's Executive Director, Martin Trussell, is contributing writer for this publication.

 Forbes Nonprofit Council Member
May 1, 2019

From The Roaring Twenties To Retirement: How Pre-Tax Benefits Can Lead To A Less Taxing Life

By Martin Trussell, CFC, Executive Director

Many Americans are currently benefiting from consumer-directed health accounts, including HSAs, FSAs and HRAs -- that’s the good news. The bad news is many others may be missing out because of a lack of understanding when it comes to these three options.

December 28, 2018 -

Five Ways Small Organizations Can Provide Better Health Benefits To Employees

By Martin Trussell, CFC, Executive director

When people learn I have a background in employee health benefits, I am often asked how they can provide better health benefits to employees in their nonprofit or small business without breaking the budget. This is a great, albeit complex, question, as many factors go into a benefits package that can ultimately influence new or current employee decisions about joining or staying at a company.

November 13, 2018 -
Trying To Attract Millennials To Your Organization? It's All About The Benefits
By Martin Trussell, CFC, Executive Director

While a lot has been written about millennial traits, a critical look at millennials you know, especially those in the sandwich generation, will likely point you in the right direction to address benefits that are of interest.

July 2, 2018 -
How To Guide Your Employees Towards Retirement Preparedness

This article explores the use of the HSA investment feature as a way to better prepare employees for retirement. 

April, 27, 2018 -
Rethinking Your Organization's HealthCare Plan? Consider These Factors In Consumer Health Care
By Martin trussell, CFC, Executive Director

The article discusses recent changes in health plans and how consumer-directed plans like HSAs and FSAs are filling the gap for employees.