What You Need to Know About Group Life Insurance

Employer-sponsored life insurance is the way most Americans receive coverage. There are important decisions to make when offering coverage to employees. More Americans now have life insurance coverage through their employer rather than with individual policies. According to the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association (LIMRA), 108 million adults and children receive employment-based life insurance…

What’s Considered Medically Appropriate for Insurance to Be Expanded

Healthy groceries, home-delivered meals, air conditioners and grab bars in the bathroom may soon be some of the “medically appropriate” benefits covered by insurance. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services expanded the definition of “primarily health-related” benefits insurers can include in their Medicare Advantage policies. Beginning in 2019, insurers can provide retirees care and…

The Benefits of Offering Supplemental Life Insurance

Supplemental insurance allows employees to customize their coverage to meet their individual needs. Most employees now get their life insurance through a group plan provided by their employer. According to LIMRA, a research group funded by the life insurance industry, 108 million Americans have an employer-sponsored basic life insurance plan, while 102 million have a…

Communicating the Value of Your Health Benefit Plan

You’ve worked hard to choose and provide the right group health benefit plan for your employees. The premiums are reasonable, the deductibles are low and plan participants have a good choice of health care providers. That’s a good start, but there’s something else you should do — educate your employees. The more your employees know…