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5 Key Reform Questions for Brokers, Health Plans, and Businesses
U.S. businesses have traditionally paid premiums to insurance companies to cover workers with a single "defined benefit" group health insurance plan. However, due to changes in the individual market, most of these businesses will consider switching to a "defined contribution" health benefits program, where employers give workers a monthly allowance to purchase their own "individualized" coverage through a private or public health insurance exchange.
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Free Training Kit on Defined Contribution Health Benefits
Zane Benefits today announced the publication of a free kit named “Defined Contribution Health Benefits Training Kit for Insurance Professionals and CPAs” to provide insurance and accounting professionals with free training on defined contribution solutions.
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Defined Contribution Weekly Sales Tip...
Businesses should establish defined contribution amounts without regard to employees' actual individual insurance costs.
- The Zane Benefits Team