“1917” was a fantastic movie. If you haven’t seen it, I strongly recommend it, even for someone like my wife, who unlike me, doesn’t wonder whether Helmuth von Moltke executed the Schlieffen Plan as intended, if Continue Reading
In the employer-funded benefits space, we should all be encouraged at the progression from high out-of-pocket costs for basic health care services to value-based plan designs that emphasize low or no cost primary Continue Reading
Tired of the Kabuki Dance It started with a cold call, which is weird, given that many say cold calling is dead. After fumbling through the initial call like a 7th grader asking someone out on a date, we got to Continue Reading
Pardon the Facebook-post nature of this blog. I’ll get to the point, but do to one of those life moments, humor me for a moment. Happy back to school week! I wish all of you with children returning to school the Continue Reading
No Insurance Product Will Solve the High Cost of Employer Sponsored Health Plans In the mid 1800s, people were fearful of traveling via “modern methods.” Train and steamship travel was treacherous. Even floating Continue Reading
“Let us not be satisfied with just giving money. Money is not enough, money can be got, but they need your hearts to love them. So, spread your love everywhere you go.” – Mother Teresa As much fun as Continue Reading
I’m a sucker for a good Top 3, 5 or 10 list. Recently, I clicked on an article titled “5 Workplace Benefits Today’s Employees Want but Don’t Have”. Now, the majority of them are no-brainers, like Continue Reading
We all have the one conference or annual meeting that we really look forward to and enjoy attending. I was at one of those recently. Yes, there are insurance related conferences that are cool and fun to attend. I Continue Reading
Happy Tax Day! Especially small businesses. Where would we be without you? Without a job. Without basic public functions. Without charity organizations that are largely funded by small business Continue Reading
I stumbled across the May 2018 Reader’s Digest recently. Other than making me feel like Edith Bunker (those who know, know), I found the headline interesting. “50 Ways to Survive The Hospital.” The Continue Reading
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Our focus is on insurance and non-insurance based solutions that are attractive to teams and allow for easy and efficient administration of the benefits offered.