There are some very good reasons to offer health insurance to your employees - and it's much easier than ever before for small business owners to be able to provide health insurance.
Health insurance for your employees can be a reality - and you may not have to worry about premiums or minimums. Find out more.
It's much easier - and less expensive - than you think it is to get health insurance for your small business. Read more to find out how to access an affordable alternative.
High premiums seem like the reality lately, and they're soaring in the double-digits, but some employers are getting smart and finding new ways to save on health insruance premiums. And there are some health insurance solutions that require no minimum contribution from the employer at all. Find out how it works.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has made it possible for small businesses to get more than ever before when it comes to health insurance. Here are three ways the ACA has changed the health insurance landscape.
Are 2016 budgets looking frightening? We can help you save on one of your more costly line items: Health insurance. As you review your new premiums and consider plans for next year, take a look at some of the new and cost-saving options you have when it comes to health insurance.
Associations looking to deliver more perks to their members can now offer health insurance as a perk. Learn how it works and get more information on the how to's.
Do you know where your small business stands when it comes to health insurance and compliance? Read more to find out what you need to know if you own a business with 50 or fewer employees.
If you’re a small business owner who offers health insurance to your employees, your options might sometimes seem like a one-or-the-other proposition: Either offer a group health plan to your employees at exorbitant rates that rise each year, or tell your employees “Sorry, we can’t afford to offer health insurance.”
Some students are in a scramble to find health insurance. They may not qualify for their parent's plan anymore because they've aged out of it. Whatever the reason, if they don't have health insurance, the IRS will probably penalize them. Campuses of all types and sizes are thinking about new options when it comes to providing health insurance options to students. Here's one optionthat we think deserves top honors.