Zane Benefits' Founder & CEO Featured in PBS

May 31, 2007

National PBS television show "Wealth Track" discusses Defined Contribution Employer Health Benefits

Defined Contribution Health Benefits featured in PBS

Entire Segment (7:54)

Paul Zane Pilzer speaks on HRAs, Individual Health Policies, and Defined Contribution Health Benefits

1. Introduction (1:35)

Half of personal bankruptcy filings are due to medical expenses, mostly by people who had employer health insurance. Employer health benefits costs now exceed profits for most companies.

2. Paul Zane Pilzer (0:29)

Introduction of Paul Zane Pilzer and The New Health Insurance Solution.

3. Individual Health Insurance (1:47)

Everyone should get health insurance independent of their employer. Get your spouse and dependents their own policy even if you stay on your employer plan.

4. Health Reimbursement Arrangements (1:21)

HRAs provide the simple solution for all employers and employees.

5. Health Savings Accounts (1:03)

Every American should have a Health Savings Account—it's like an IRA or 401(k) on steroids.

6. Defined Contribution Health Plans (1:13)

Employers can now help you get your own individual health insurance policy.

7. Summary and Final Recommendation (0:31)

Everyone should have an individual or family health insurance policy independent of any employer for themselves, their spouse, and their dependents.


About Zane Benefits, Inc.

Zane Benefits, Inc., a software company, helps employers, insurance brokers, and accountants take advantage of new defined contribution health benefits via its proprietary SaaS defined contribution software ("ZaneHealth"). Zane Benefits does not sell insurance. Using Zane’s platform, insurance professionals and accountants offer their clients a custom defined contribution plan. Learn more at www.zanebenefits.com.

Economist Paul Zane Pilzer is the founder of Zane Benefits, a former Vice President of Citibank and the founder of five companies. He is a former commentator on CNN and NPR and was an Adjunct Professor at New York University from 1979-2000. He holds a BA from Lehigh University and an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

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