Continuous Improvement Year After Year

1975: Our founder, Don Rashke creates the business Insurance Center Agency in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, which eventually becomes Insurance Center Administrators (ICA), the precursor to TASC.
1983: Dan Rashke joins his fathers' business as a part-time salesman. Our FSA offering, FlexSystem, launches.
1986: We launch AgriPlan and BizPlan, HRA plans for small business owners and independent farmers who average $4,000 a year in tax savings.
1995: Insurance Center Administrators is renamed TASC and builds a headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin; Dan Rashke becomes the CEO and President of TASC.
1996: We open our new building at 2302 International Lane, Madison, WI. ICA officially becomes TASC.
2000: We celebrate 25 years in business.
2001: We launch a new offering, COBRAToday, to help employes navigate the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act.
2002: We expand our Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) administration to mid-sized businesses. We also donate our FSA administration services to United Way of Dane County and its participating agencies.
2005: We celebrate 30 years in business.
2006: We create RetireEez, a tax-favored retirement plan offering, for self-employed small business owners.
2007: We now employ 300 people across the U.S.
2008: Our compliance offering expand with ERISAEdge, helping employers handle Employee Retirement Income Security Act  rules and regulations.
2009: We continue to expand our compliance with FMLAMatters, handling the complexity of Family Medical Leave Act for employers. We also launch our own benefits card, the TASC Card.
2010: We expand our solutions with ClaimConneX, allowing carriers to submit claims directly to TASC for reimbursement and Retiree Billing, administration of healthcare benefits for retirees. We donate our FSA services to the Meriter Foundation, saving them $500,000 over a five year period. We celebrate 35 years in business.
2011: In a year of firsts, we become the first administrator to offer a benefit card with a cash account, MyCash and we launch our innovate MyTASC mobile app. We acquire Hirsch Financial Services (HFS) Benefits in Baltimore, Maryland, and FlexCorp in Birmingham, Alabama.
2012: We go to market with full-service TASC Health Savings Account. In addition, the company adds numerous insurance carriers to its innovative Claim ConneX feature, simplifying the claims reimbursement process. 
2013: We introduce three compliance service offerings: Form 5500 Preparation, Non-Discrimination Testing, and PCORI, and the acquisition of Genesis Employee Benefits in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We now employ 500 employees.
2014: The year begins strongly with the signing of three new acquisitions: Elkin & Associates in Charlotte, North Carolina, CieloStar in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and GiveBack in Stamford, Connecticut. We launch OneTASC an integrated benefit experience for clients and their participants. We also begin offering Transit and Parking administration and two more compliance solutions: HIPAA and Medicare Part D.
2015: We celebrate our 40th Anniversary and hit the milestone of offering more than 21 innovative benefit and compliance service offerings.
2016: We partner with The Give Back Foundation to support the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) for the Office of Personnel Management of the U.S. Federal Government. This program provides federal government employees a secure and efficient way to donate to their favorite charities. We help vet and qualify charities and administer the program.
2017: We create and host the TASC Cybersecurity and Privacy Best Practices Forum with a panel of reknown cyber and data security experts to help other companies know the risks and how to mitigate them. This free forum supported our desire to protect our own customer's bottom line and providing peace of mind.
2019: We launch TASC Universal Benefit Account, the industry-changing solution that handles healthcare, fringe, wealth management, giving, wellness and educational benefit accounts. With one website, one app and one card, it simplifies administration and use. We acquire Benefit Advantage out of Green Bay, WI.
2020: We create, a website dedicated to helping companies support their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to providing information on changing legislation and resources to help manage through the crisis, we offer free emergency response benefits to all employers in Dane County, Wisconsin. We also celebrate 45 years in business.
2023: We launch the New MyTASC to become the only third-party administrator to deliver an experience that combines employee benefit accounts with COBRA administration on a single platform. By eliminating siloed benefits for employers and consolidating outsourced HR services with one vendor and system, we achieve our goal of helping employers increase administrative efficiency, improve employee ease of use, and save money.
2024: After serving 28 years in the role, Dan Rashke promotes Pam Reynolds to be TASC's new CEO. The move comes in recognition of her many years of strong leadership, her portfolio of new product successes including the TASC Card and MyCash, and her vision for the future of the organization. Dan remains Chairman of TASC’s Board of Advisors.