New eBook for Health Insurance Brokers on Defined Contribution

Written by: PeopleKeep Team
Jun 27, 2014 6:00:00 AM

New Guide Outlines 5 Ways Brokers Can Profit from Defined Contribution Healthcare

Zane Benefits, which provides small businesses with simple and friendly healthcare solutions, announced today the publication of a new eBook 5 Ways Defined Contribution Helps You Grow Your Business. The new guide outlines five ways brokers use Defined Contribution to thrive in the changing insurance landscape.Grow Your Business with Defined Contribution - New Guide for Brokers

According to Zane Benefits, the small business health insurance market is undergoing a major transformation.

Small businesses are canceling group health insurance because of cost, participation requirements, or more affordable options on the individual market. Additionally, there are 2.3 million U.S. small businesses who don’t offer health insurance, largely because of cost. 

According to Zane Benefits, these small businesses are looking for more affordable ways to offer health benefits, and they are turning to health insurance brokers for alternatives.

The emerging solution? “Pure” Defined Contribution Health Plans, used to reimburse employees for individual health insurance. 

By offering Defined Contribution, brokers can retain clients canceling group health insurance, access an untapped market, and grow their business in 2014, 2015, and beyond.

The 10-page eBook is available for free download at the website and covers the following topics:

  • Why Defined Contribution is the #1 small business health insurance alternative

  • 5 ways Defined Contribution helps brokers grow their business

  • Why Defined Contribution is the ideal client solution outside of annual open enrollment

  • What to look for in a Defined Contribution partner

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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

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