Defined Contribution: What’s Legal, What’s Not?

NEW White Paper: Defined Contribution – What’s Legal, What’s Not

For months, brokers have asked, and asked, and asked whether employers can contribute tax-free dollars toward the cost of their employees’ individual health insurance premiums.

One thing is certain: with health reform, there will be a general shift from group to individual coverage over the next couple years, and brokers who are best prepared to handle the volume – those who have set up a private exchange website to help their clients and prospects – are in the best position to take advantage of this unprecedented opportunity.

Your clients have questions; now you can respond confidently with their options for health benefits. In this new white paper you will learn:

Three Steps

  • Step 1: Offer or drop coverage?
    Play or Pay
    Why employees offer benefits
    The employer decision
  • Step 2: Help employees get individual coverage
  • Step 3: Redefine the benefits package

Defined contribution for individual health plans
The return of the Cafeteria Plan
Private Exchanges

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