What You Need to Know About Mental Health Coverage

What You Need to Know About Mental Health Insurance

It is critical to have mental insurance coverage on your policy. It ensures that individuals have access to needed mental health care, including psychotherapy, medication, and inpatient services if necessary. This can be especially important for those who suffer from mental illness and need ongoing care to manage their condition.…
Should My Small Business Hire Remote Workers

Should My Small Business Hire Remote Workers?

For better or worse, there was an unintended consequence to the COVID-19 pandemic. More small businesses in the U.S. are hiring remote workers. In fact, over the last year, the number of remote workers in the U.S. has grown to 30 percent. Furthermore, many companies have decided to keep their…
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How to Offer Affordable Group Health Insurance

If you operate a small business – i.e., 50 employees or less – you are not required to offer insurance to your employees. However, there are numerous benefits to providing group health insurance, including tax breaks and saving money on your individual health insurance. The challenge you may currently face…
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How to Read Your Health Insurance Summary of Benefits

Do you know how to read your Summary of Benefits and Coverage document (or SBC)? It is a consumer-facing document outlining the coverage provided by a health insurance plan. Devoid of legalese, this summary helps to clarify the cost-sharing structure of a plan without the need to digest lengthy fine…
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How to Review Your Health Insurance for Open Enrollment

Now that open enrollment is officially closed, your health insurance plan is ready for the next year. That means that you can’t make any changes to your policy until the 2022-2023 open enrolment period. However, if you have private personal or small group health insurance, you have the flexibility to…
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Open Enrollment Ends January: Don’t Miss Out

If you haven’t enrolled in a health insurance plan in 2023, it’s not too late. Open enrollment doesn’t end in most states until January 15th. That means you still have ten days to find a provider and get a health plan. If you don’t know where to start, one of…
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How to Get Started with Small Group Health Insurance

If your business has employees, you may consider providing health insurance for your organization. However, there are several things you need to consider before offering health insurance to your team. For instance, can you legally provide insurance, where do you find a good plan, what options are available, and, most…
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Small Business Health Insurance End-of-Year Checklist

Congratulations! If you are one of the many small business owners that purchased health insurance for your team, then you are taking a huge step forward for your business and your people. However, you’ve probably noticed that there are some challenges to providing health insurance. You may also be wondering…
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Common Health Insurance Terms You Should Know

The health insurance industry has its own language. Terms that professionals use every day may be unknown to people looking for a health insurance policy for themselves, their family, or employees. If you need health insurance, you owe it to yourself to learn a few common health insurance terms. Below…
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Don’t Forget the 2022 Open Enrollment for Health Insurance

Every year, employees have the option to change their medical coverage during “open enrollment.” Open enrollment for small employers usually is the month before the policy’s renewal date and lasts about one or two weeks. During this time, employees receive plan materials, have a chance to ask questions about plan…