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Access to voluntary benefits is critical to your success as a full-service benefits broker. The larger the volume of voluntary benefits you can offer clients, the more valuable your services become. Considering that, we want to begin putting the spotlight on some voluntary benefits that deserve more attention based on consumer demand. Let's start with identity theft protection.
Maryland’s Time to Care Act (TTCA) establishes a paid family and medical leave (PFML) insurance program.
Since the start of the year, we have put a lot of effort into promoting the idea of being a full-service broker. We have discussed how full-service relates to digital transformation, non-medical benefits, voluntary benefits, and so on. It is all driven by something we have observed within the American workforce as of late: its heterogeneous nature.
The ACA requires most private plans to offer birth control and family planning counseling at no additional cost to beneficiaries.
This affordability percentage affects an individual’s eligibility for federally subsidized coverage from a marketplace exchange.
Georgia enacted the Mental Health Parity Act which signified new sweeping changes for its mental health services.
Employers should be preparing to send the Medicare Part D Notice of Creditable Coverage.
On Sunday, August 7, 2022, the Senate passed The Inflation Reduction Act.
You need every means possible to stay ahead of the competition. Otherwise, competing brokers and agents threaten to eat into your book of business. How do you keep them at bay? One of your best tools is digital open enrollment. Statistics suggest that the competition might not be utilizing it. Are you?
Our very own Misty Baker just had an article published in the August issue of California Broker!
New York employers should now be made aware that Section 196-C was extended to remain in effect through December 31, 2023.