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.
The more things change, the more you want the same coverage. There will be some big changes to health insurance plans in the coming weeks, but we can help you stick with the type of coverage you want. Learn more about what to expect and how to find the health insurance plan that's right for you.
You hear terms like Open Enrollment Period when someone's talking about helath insruance, but what does it mean? Read on to find out, and to learn more about how The OEP can change your financial outlook in 2016 for your business.
There are so many types of non-profit companies, and they're all competition for good talent. To keep and retain employees, these organizations often rely on good benefits packages combined with challenging, rewarding work, to attract and retain employees. Here's one strategy for offering a wide choice of benefits without sacrificing the bottom line.
Small business owners who want to offer health insurance options to their employees have more options today than ever before. A private health insurance exchange can be an excellent option for companies that find group rates are too high.
A heatlh savings account and other similar savings vehicles can help you put away some money to use later for medical expenses. With this cushion, you can feel better about a higher deductible on your heatlh insurance, because you'll have an account to pull from if you need it. Consider savings as part of your overall health coverage plan.
Understanding how private health insurance exchanges work and who has access to them is important as we approach the Open Enrollment Period. Learn about private exhanges and who they're for.