Small Group Employers



Our team of certified benefit specialists, financial consultants and life underwriters utilize proven strategies to customize employee benefit packages that cut costs, while also reducing the time and stress related to managing employee benefits.


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We offer traditional health plans through most major carriers. Depending on your needs, we have plans that comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to full packages that offer a variety of benefits. Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) A HMO requires group members to obtain their health care services from doctors and hospitals affiliated with the HMO. Members are required to designate a primary care physician who treats and directs health care decisions and who coordinates referrals to specialties within the HMO network. HMOs offer access to a comprehensive package of covered health care services in return for a prepaid monthly amount (or “premium”). Most HMOs charge a small co-payment depending upon the type of service provided. Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) A PPO saves members the most money on healthcare if they use providers within their network. If providers outside of the network are used, it is possible that those services may not be covered at all. Deductibles must be met on this plan before some services will be covered. PPOs require a co-pay for physician visits.

Health Savings Account (HSA) A HSA combines a high deductible/lower premium health insurance plan (PPO) with a savings account. Both employer and employee can contribute, tax-free to the savings account, which can help fund the deductible and other qualified medical expenses. Once the deductibleis met, the insurance starts paying TO learn more play video.


Medical reimbursement plan options includes a variety of affordable health coverage options for 2 man employer groups up to 50 full time equivalent employees. It depends on how your company is structured and how many employees you currently have, the video below will help you to determine what plan option best suits your situation and how you can begin lowering cost with greater tax advantages and benefit options.


Premium-Only Plan lets employees purchase their own individual insurance with pre-tax dollars, potentially saving employees thousandsannually in taxes and premiums combined.


A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is a cafeteria plan under Section 125 of the tax code and allows for benefits to be paid with pre-tax dollars which results in tax savings to both the employee and the employer. The average working employee in America spends thousands of dollars annually on certain types of medical benefits, daycare expenses and transportation services. By participating in an FSA, an employee’s taxable income is reduced, which increases the percentage of pay they take home and allows them to pay for these benefits and services with the pre-taxed dollars, in essence giving them a discount on these services.


Along with Health Insurance, Life Insurance is considered to be a key part of the benefit package for employees. Besides being a valuable tool in attracting top talent, employees are happier and more productive feeling secure that their loved ones will be taken care of in the event of illness or an untimely death. Whether an employer paid or voluntary benefit, a good life insurance policy provides for an employee’s final expenses, taxes, mortgage and even their children’s education as well as offering additional added benefits. We can help employers protect their employees and their employees’ families with a variety of different life insurance products. Permanent Life Insurance Life insurance that builds cash value and the savings can be tax deferred and/or borrowed against, if needed. These policies are known as Permanent Life Insurance. Term Policy Life insurance that does not build cash value. However, it will pay a set amount to the named beneficiary upon the death of insured within the stated term. Some policies may also make payments upon terminal or critical illness.

National surveys have shown that Short Term Disability and Long Term Disability remain of high importance for most employees. Savvy employers attract and retain top talent by offering both STD and LTD insurance as part of the employer paid benefit package or as a voluntary (worksite) benefit. Here’s How Disability Plans Typically Work. Short Term Disability During the time an employee is unable to work due to a qualifying disability (illness or injury), STD will begin. It generally allows for income payments to the employee to begin after about a two-week waiting period. It will continue to pay the employee until he/she recovers or maxes out the benefits. This is usually anywhere between one month to two years, depending on the policy. Long Term Disability During the time an employee is unable to work due to a qualifying disability (illness or injury), LTD generally allows for income payments to the employee to begin after about a 90-day waiting period, although it could be much longer depending on the policy, but will continue to pay the employee far longer than STD–for a few years, up to age 65, or even for life.

Group Long-Term Care plans are becoming an increasingly common voluntary benefit offered by employers today. The prospect of long-term care is one of the most important issues your employees may have to face. The cost of long-term care is expensive and generally not covered by other employee benefits, disability or even Medicare. If someone requires long-term care, it is not just an emotional strain but a financial one as well. Savvy employers know that access to additional resources can increase employee productivity when confronted with managing long-term care situations. Long-Term Care plans demonstrate to your current and prospective employees that your company cares about them. This will increase the ability to attract and retain the very best talent. Here’s How It Works: Most LTC plans are designed to provide benefits for care through nursing homes or assisted living centers. This also includes home health care and adult day care. Employers can provide a base benefit while giving the employees the opportunity to “buy up” and obtain the level of coverage that they need for their families.

We offer Dental and Vision Plans through many of our major insurance carriers. These plans are offered on a stand-alone (voluntary or employer-sponsored) basis or incorporated into the group health plan offering. Whether as voluntary or paid benefit, employees appreciate both dental & vision coverage as part of their Employee Benefits Package.

Dental Plans.

Regular dental exams help employees stay healthier and more productive in the work place. Simple routine visits to the dentist, which are usually covered 100% by insurers, help to detect serious underlying conditions. The National Association of Dental Plans and the Centers for Disease Control have performed studies that show that employees with Dental Insurance plans have better attitudes and are less likely to suffer from depression, a common condition in today’s fast-paced world. Dental Plans offer a variety of diagnostic, preventative care and corrective services. These include cleanings, exams, x-rays, fillings, root canals, orthodontia for children, and emergency care while traveling.

Vision Plans.

Similar to dental policies, vision plans are inexpensive and save money on routine exams. They provide eyeglass frames and lenses, contacts, and even discounts on procedures like LASIK. Monitoring your eye health with regular exams also helps to prevent serious eye diseases like glaucoma and cataracts and also helps to detect early stages of diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.

National studies continue to prove that one way to lower the cost of healthcare and healthcare claims is to encourage the population to lead a healthy lifestyle. As a result, many carriers, as well as employers, are offering wellness benefits to complement health benefits, in addition to offering incentives for using them

We help employers who provide medical benefits to their retirees tackle the challenges of ever increasing premiums and health care costs. We offer a guaranteed issue “true group” approach. Eligible employees (and spouse) receive all the benefits of Medicare and more with a Group Medicare Supplement. Here’s how it works: Medicare Supplement Insurance policies complement your retiree’s original Medicare Parts A and B. They cover some or all of the expenses that Part A and B don’t, like co-pays, deductibles and other charges. Dental, vision and hearing wellness benefits may be included.



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