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How to Brighten Your Employee Benefits This Summer

Summer is on its way, and your employees are looking forward to sunny days, vacation time, and all that warm weather offers. In a competitive job market, your employee benefits are more important than ever – and so are those special perks. Happy employees are loyal employees. Offering fun summer rewards can help keep your team cheerful, productive, and engaged. Fun Summer Fridays Show your...

What is a Catastrophic Health Insurance Plan?

Health insurance is a crucial way to protect your health and comes in many forms, one of which is called a “catastrophic health insurance plan.” These plans have a significant advantage – they are affordable and protect you in worst-case scenarios. These plans do not cover everything that many other health insurance plans cover, but for people who rarely visit a physician and are generally...

Family Floater Life Insurance Policy and How They Work

A "family floater" plan provides life insurance coverage to all family members. These policies are a smart choice for many families. Also called "family life insurance," your entire family has life insurance with a single policy, a far simpler and more efficient process. Life insurance policies are typically purchased to cover the parents. If one of the breadwinners for the family should suddenly pass away,...

Common Medicare Questions to Ask

When you become eligible for Medicare, several questions arise. What questions should you ask? And who should you ask? Trying to get answers can be a little more complex than you expect! Most people find it much easier to work with a local agent who can answer your questions clearly, and guide to help you choose the best plan for you. What Medicare Plan is...

4 Types of FSAs & How They Work

An FSA, or “Flexible Spending Account,” can be an excellent benefit to offer your employees, and to your business bottom line, as the contributions are pre-tax. Several types of FSAs are available: Medical Expense FSA These accounts pay for eligible medical costs, prescription drugs, copayments, deductibles, medical devices, and other costs. Another option, a “limited medical FSA,” can cover the cost of preventative healthcare services,...