Group Benefits for employees

By: Moe Mailloux Financial Services  09-12-2011
Keywords: Insurance, Health Insurance

 - Group insurance is key for employee retention.

 - Benefits include life insurance, prescription, health, dental, and out of country coverage.

 - Short and long term disability as well as critical illness insurance are also products that can enhance an employee benefit plan.

 - Health insurance is a good avenue for companies to be able to use the premium as a tax deduction.

 - There are many other programs that we provide such as health care spending accounts, cost plus, and wellness programs that can be cost effective for the employer and employee.

 - Group Benefits enables individuals who would not otherwise qualify or afford health care on their own.

 - If your company is interested in discussing our services, having your current plan marketed and or having a plan designed, there is no cost to your company. Please give us a call and we would be more than happy to assist you at your convienience.

Keywords: Health Insurance, Insurance

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