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2011 Group Health Premiums Up 9% & Zane Affiliate Badge

Written by: PeopleKeep Team
October 2, 2011 at 11:34 PM

Employer-Sponsored Health Plan Costs Increase 9% for 2011

Average group health insurance premiums for families rose 9% from 2010 to 2011 to $15,073, while group health plan costs for singles rose 8% to $5,429.  According to the article published by Kaiser Health News, employers paid approximately 73% and 83% of those group and individual premiums, respectively...a percentage that likely cannot continue with soaring rates.

Affiliate Training Webinars (10/03 - 10/07)

Please see below for this week's training schedule.

Monday (10/03) at 4:00 pm EDT - Introduction to ZanePOP
Tuesday (10/04) at 4:00 pm EDT - Introduction to ZaneHRA
Wednesday (10/05) at 4:00 pm EDT - Zane System Product Demo
Thursday (10/06) at 4:00 pm EDT - Qualifying Prospects for Zane Products
Friday (10/07) at 4:00 pm EDT - Introduction to GroupHRA

Click here to view the full training schedule for September.

Blog Update -- ClarifyingHealth.com

Stay informed on Health Care Reform by visiting our blog, ClarifyingHealth.com. Some of the latest topics include... 
If you have questions regarding your affiliate account or other Zane products, please email help@zanebenefits.com.

Reminder -- Add an "Authorized Zane Affiliate" Badge to Your Website

Have a website?  Add a Zane Affiliate Badge to tell your visitors about Zane products.  All visitors from your website are tracked via your affiliate ID and referred back to you for insurance sales. 

To add a badge, visit www.ZaneBenefits.com/Badge and enter your affiliate code.  The installation process is simple - the necessary HTML code is automatically generated so you can copy and paste it into your website pages.  Email marketing@zanebenefits.com with questions or concerns.

A Marketing banner is also available.

 - The Zane Benefits Team

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Additional Resources

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