What Are Ancillary Benefits?

What are ancillary benefits? Ancillary benefits, also called supplemental benefits, are benefits that are not part of your core health insurance. In other words, these benefits aren’t generally part of your main health insurance. They are offered in addition to that coverage. Benefits that fall into the ancillary category typically include: Dental Insurance. This benefit helps to cover the cost of visiting the dentist for basic or preventive services such as teeth cleaning, x-rays, and fillings. Vision Insurance. This benefit helps to cover the cost of vision care including eye exams, eyeglasses, contacts, [...]

2022-04-01T15:29:16+00:00April 10th, 2022|

The Benefits of Employers Offering Health Insurance

Finding and keeping good employees is always difficult but it’s been an even bigger challenge recently.  One way to show potential employees you’re the employer of choice is to offer health insurance.  Here are a few reasons: Attract good employees: This is one of the most challenging labor markets we’ve faced, it’s very difficult to attract and keep good employees right now. Employees see value in health insurance and it gives them a reason to choose you instead of a competitor. Stable & motivated workforce: When offering health insurance, you are investing in [...]

2021-10-29T19:28:04+00:00October 29th, 2021|

Insurance Needs for New Graduates

Congratulations! Graduating from college is a huge accomplishment. The next few months are going to be filled with so many firsts, from your first career job to a new apartment or vehicle, life is sure to be full of changes. As you transition from college student to full-fledged adulthood, you want to make sure to not overlook one of the most important firsts. Insurance. Insurance may not be as exciting as buying your first new car or starting your dream job, but it is an important “first”. Having insurance can help set you [...]

2021-07-27T14:03:05+00:00May 30th, 2021|

Group VS Independent…Which is right for you?

Group Coverage is health insurance provided to employees by an employer or by an association to its members. Individual Coverage is health insurance you buy on your own, not related to your employer or an association. What is the difference? If you have had or currently have group coverage, then you know how that works. Your employer typically gives you a choice of a few different health insurance plans, pays for some or all of your monthly premium, and automatically deducts your premium from your paycheck. [...]

2021-07-27T14:57:10+00:00April 4th, 2021|
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