Are you researching group health insurance plans for small businesses? If so, you need to understand the difference between group health insurance agents and brokers.
In 2018 Arizona small businesses must put their best foot forward when it comes to attracting and keeping new employees. One great benefit you can offer your staff is access to a group health insurance plan.
Whether you have just one or two employees or a couple dozen, offering your current and new employees a variety of health insurance plans can provide you with that incentive needed to entice new talent and grow your business.
But sorting through a pile of paper about group health insurance plans for small businesses is no easy task because there are so many variables, plans, options, and jargon.
One of the first things you should understand is the difference between a group health insurance agent and a broker. This article provides helpful info as you make this first critical choice on your path to offering your employees' group health insurance in Arizona.
When it comes time to start your own business or quit your job to become your own boss, there are plenty of things to be excited about. You no longer have to answer to anyone, you make your own hours and if you work from home you probably can spend the day in your pajamas.
As much as there’s an allure of working in sweatpants, becoming your own boss also means that you’re responsible for a lot more. You no longer have group insurance with your employer, and health insurance isn’t always easy to find. If you’ve always been covered by a group health plan, the health insurance options available may not be as appealing, so you’ll have to do your research or get help from an Arizona small business group health insurance broker.
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