Good news, opening a Health Spending Account (HSA) couldn’t be easier!
An HSA is super simple for an organization to set up, and super flexible for plan members to use. It’s a win-win. Just follow the steps below and you’ll be on your way!
Are you wondering how adding or changing a group benefits plan will impact your balance sheet?
We’ve got some tips to help you review your costs, decide what to cover, and watch out for the financial pitfalls of insured benefits. With these tricks you’ll be able to put a plan in place that supports your team while controlling your costs.
We helped Gary control his benefits costs while providing a robust benefit plan for his 100 team members.
A Health Spending Account is an ideal way for an organization to help their team cover medical expenses. The biggest benefit is its flexibility. Anything that's eligible for the CRA medical expense tax credit can be reimbursed using an HSA!
Employer-funded, ASO, self-insured, whatever you call them, self-funded benefits plans give you cost control and the flexibility to design a plan your way.
Meet someone who thought his insured health and dental coverage seemed like a great idea, but the dollars didn’t quite add up.
When you're clear about why you're offering a group benefits plan it's easier to decide what should be covered. We'll get you started with an explanation, and some questions to help you figure it out.
Our easy to understand definition of pooled insurance - what it is and when it makes sense as part of your blended benefits plan.
About 20% of the plan members will make 80% of the claims in a typical insured healthcare plan. Said another way, 80% of plan members just aren’t seeing the same value from their benefits plan.
Thankfully, there’s an alternative that gives 100% of plan members the value they deserve.