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Category: Group Benefits

New Group Benefits to Consider in the New Year

As we approach a new year, it’s an ideal time to evaluate your employee benefits package and consider strategies to enhance it in 2024. Providing attractive group benefits not only helps retain your current workforce but also attracts new talent. Here are some new group benefits to consider for the coming year that can boost employee morale and satisfaction. 1. Mental Health Support The importance...

7 Myths About Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) Debunked

Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) are a valuable and flexible tool for employers to provide health benefits to their employees. However, like many aspects of the insurance industry, there are some misconceptions about HRAs. Let’s debunk seven common myths and set the record straight. Myth 1: HRAs Don’t Qualify as a Real Health Benefit Debunked: HRAs are indeed a genuine health benefit. They are employer-funded accounts...

Small Acts of Appreciation that Transform Company Culture

Thanksgiving is a time when we gather with loved ones to express gratitude for the blessings in our lives. It’s a beautiful reminder of the power of appreciation and Thanksgiving. But why limit this spirit to just one day a year? In the workplace, cultivating a culture of gratitude and appreciation year-round can transform company culture and employee morale. Some of the ways to cultivate...

Which savings plan is right for me?

In managing your healthcare expenses and saving for the future, two popular options often come into play: Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs). While both offer tax advantages for covering medical costs, some key differences can impact your financial strategy. Comparing and contrasting HSAs and FSAs can help you determine which savings plan is right for you. Health Savings Accounts (HSAs): An...

What Happens to My 401(k) When I Change Jobs?

An employer-sponsored 401(k) plan is a great way to save money for retirement. With matching contributions from your employer, you are essentially getting free money added to your savings. However, you may not stay with the same employer for the duration of your working years. What happens to your 401(k) account when you change jobs? Your funds will remain with your old employer-sponsored plan until...