6 Reasons Why My Health Insurance Broker Would Recommend a HSA

  There are many benefits to having a Health Savings Account (HSA). It can be used as a complement to a high deductible health plan, or even used as a vehicle for savings. One survey showed that 41% of employees who enrolled in an HSA did it to save for future healthcare needs while 21%… Read More


Why Your Benefits Package Includes an Annual Wellness Screening

  The annual wellness screening is now part of employee benefits in all organizations, leaving some employers as well as employees wondering what the advantages are of this addition – and more to the point, why it was made.   Benefits of an Annual Wellness Screening There are a number of ways that employees can… Read More


7 Questions to Ask Your Potential Employee Benefits Broker

  One of the largest expenses for any business are benefits offerings, and it is also the benefit that can be the most challenging to administer for Human Resources staff members. The trust that you must have with your employee benefits broker is exceptional, as this is the individual or group with whom you are… Read More


How an Employee Benefits Program Can Reduce Absenteeism

  Employee absenteeism is a significant problem in the American workplace. According to the CDC Foundation, employers lose an estimated $225.8 billion in productivity losses each year due to absenteeism. Per employee, that’s around $1,685 which is substantial and can be crippling to smaller businesses. What’s more, of the 10 most expensive health conditions for… Read More


Group health insurance has been one of the go-to benefits for small to mid-sized business owners throughout California, including Roseville and Sacramento. Due to the pre-tax nature of group health insurance, it is more affordable to your employees over individual plans without sacrificing the quality of the coverage.… Read More


We work with a lot of companies in the Sacramento and Roseville areas and when it comes to offering health insurance to employees many business have a tendency to view it as an “expense”. Although it is true that health insurance for employees will require the business to spend money, it is better to think… Read More


Health insurance plans have changed dramatically in the last few years and costs have risen substantially. Today, many businesses are looking for the best combination of coverage and cost when it comes to group health insurance. However, the amount of coverage and the cost per employee shouldn’t be the only factors you should be concerned… Read More