Free eBook: The Guide to Premium Reimbursement

Written by: PeopleKeep Team
Jun 19, 2014 6:30:00 AM

New Step-by-Step Guide Helps Small Businesses Save 20% to 60% on Healthcare Costs

Zane Benefits, which provides small businesses with simple and friendly healthcare solutions, announced today the publication of a new eBook “The Step-by-Step Guide to Premium Reimbursement”. The new guide helps small businesses save 20% to 60% by reimbursing employees for individual health insurance.Download the free guide to Premium Reimbursement

According to Zane Benefits, small and medium-sized businesses are canceling group plans because they have become too expensive. Others are canceling group plans because employees can purchase better and less expensive coverage on the individual health insurance market.

In fact, by 2020 it’s estimated that 90% of American employees who currently receive health insurance through their employers will be shifted to individual health insurance.

But this doesn’t mean businesses are canceling health benefits altogether.

According to Zane Benefits, businesses need the same quality of coverage, but with controllable costs. The solution is to cancel group health insurance and reimburse employees for individual health insurance with a formal Premium Reimbursement Program.

Small business owners, non-profits, CEOs, CFOs, HR managers, accountants, and insurance professionals should download this step-by-step guide to learn how to set up a Premium Reimbursement Program.

The 20-page eBook covers the following topics:

  • How to set up a Premium Reimbursement Program in three simple steps

  • The advantages of reimbursing employees for individual health insurance

  • Why small businesses will save 20% to 60% on healthcare costs

  • Five reasons employees love premium reimbursement programs

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