Supplemental Benefits helps cover unplanned
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We are an independent insurance agency for Life, Health & Accident insurance.
Full-Time W2 Workers
We have a special program that provides a Non-Taxable Allowance for You!
Accident + Critical Illness + Disability + Group Life
$0 Out-of-Pocket Cost to Employee or Employer
What are Supplemental Benefits?
Are insurance policies that provide financial protection against expenses from accidents and illnesses not covered by major medical insurance. The benefit assists individuals with out-of-pocket costs.
How does Supplemental Benefits help an Employer?
Lower Payroll Taxes
When employees use an Employer-sponsored Premium Only Plan (POP) to pay for healthcare, the employee and employer benefits with fewer payroll taxes. A business owner should seek financial advice from their CPA.
Less Workers' Comp Exposure
What are you doing to minimize your off-the-job workers' comp exposure?
If an employee can not stay home if injured. What do you think they are going to do?
Retain & Recruit
Employee turnover is significant for every employer. Providing access to a plan that can help employees with out-of-pocket expenses would be a significant increase in benefits for most employees.
When an employee is helped with out-of-pocket expenses; they are more likely to use the health plan sponsored by their employer. The result? Healthier employees with less turn-over.
A Better Way
A MetLife survey of 1,000 full-time workers found that 48% of workers said they could not pay $1,000 or more for out-of-pocket expenses without relying on debt or credit if a serious illness or accident occurred today.
How does Supplemental Benefits help an Employee?
Our program delivers Supplemental Benefits to
W2 Full-Time Workers.
Take-Home Pay Check
Stays the Same.
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According to a survey by Bankrate.com, only 39% of Americans could afford to pay a $1,000 unexpected expense. An unexpected medical expense could cause financial distress to an employee.
Supplemental benefits pay cash directly to the employee due to an accident or illness. The employee can help their families continue to pay for rent, food, and their bills.
What type of Supplemental Benefits are available?
Accidents can happen to any one of us. With Accident Insurance, you will receive the cash benefit if you suffer an accidental injury. Here are some highlights:
First Accident | Sports Package | Family Care
Critical Illness pays a lump sum benefit if you are diagnosed with a serious illness. With this benefit, you will receive cash quickly, so you can focus on recovery. Examples of covered illnesses:
Heart Attack | Cancer | Stroke
Universal life protector is permanent life insurance protection that offers a safety net of lifetime protection for your loved ones. Unlike standard term insurance, Universal Life Protector provides cash reserves that grow tax-deferred.
Having a regular paycheck is important for maintaining your lifestyle, which is why our Disability Income coverage provides a monthly income if you are injured and are unable to work.
CANCER CARE ONLY
Cancer Care Insurance benefits pay based on treatment if you are diagnosed with cancer. With this benefit, you will receive cash quickly, so you can focus on your recovery. Feature Highlight:
20-Year Premium Pay Up
How does Supplemental Benefits policy work?
You Pay a Premium
Full-Time W2 Employees receive a Non-Taxable Allowance to buy Benefits.
Take-Home Pay Not Reduced
Insurer Covers You
The insurance company insures the employee, and if contracted, their spouse and family too - 24/7
If the employee has an accident or illness, a claim is filed and the insurance company pays the claim directly to the employee.
Why should an Employee consider Supplemental Benefits?
Here are some reasons why an Employee should consider buying a Supplemental Benefits policy:
Family Income. A family's reliance on an employee's monthly income.
Accidents Happen. Does the employee have an active lifestyle? Are they in a sports league or get hurt often.
Reliance on Credit Cards. Does the employee rely on credit cards or borrowing money for emergencies? Out-of-pocket expenses can be creating these issues.
Family History. Critical illnesses may be a part of the employee's family history. Having a plan for out-of-pocket expenses could be a strong financial plan.
Do they have Children? Kids get sick and they get injured especially when they play sports. Having a plan to cover out-of-pocket expenses could be a great solution.
What are my Next Steps as a business owner?
Count the Number of Full-Time Employees.
Our Zero ($) Out-of-Pocket Plan is only eligible for W2 Full-Time Employees working 30 hours per week.
Schedule a Discovery Call
During our Discovery Call, we will discuss eligibility, how the plan works and how employees and employers benefit.
We Need Employee Info
We will the most recent payroll report from your payroll service + W4 information on all eligible employees.
Proposal & Approval
Our proposal will detail each employee's non-taxable benefit, employer's payroll tax savings, and employer's workers' comp taxable income savings. Upon approval, we will begin the enrollment process.
We will outline the options for each employee and provide bi-lingual enrollment options via Zoom or In-Person enrollment.
Our Featured Partner is Combined Insurance:
Combined Insurance Company of America (Chicago, IL) is a leading provider of individual and group supplemental accident, disability, health, and life insurance products and a Chubb company.
Combined Insurance has been a leader in the Supplemental Insurance industry since 1922.
Combined Insurance has more than eight million policies in force today
Rated "A+" by A.M. Best
Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurance company, serving consumers and companies of all sizes with traditional and specialty insurance products and industry-leading claims and risk engineering services.
We combine a passion for service with deep experience and exceptional financial strength to deliver the best possible insurance solutions for individuals, families, and businesses of all sizes.
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