Your health insurance rates may be based, in part, on the zip code in which you do business.
Your health insurance rates may be influenced by the number of persons enrolled in the plan.
Find comprehensive group medical coverage for yourself and your employees, as well as dependents.
Group health insurance is employer-sponsored health coverage for business owners, employees and often for dependents.
A majority of Americans have group health coverage through their own or a family member's employer-sponsored group plan. Employers and employees can share costs and there are special tax incentives available to businesses that provide group health insurance.
As an employer, you select a group health insurance plan and then invite your employees to enroll.
Typically, employers cover at least 50% of each employee's monthly premium, and can also contribute to dependent premiums. The remainder is paid for by the employee.
If you want to provide health insurance benefits and you're able to contribute toward employee premiums, group health insurance is the way to go.
Offering group health insurance can help you hire and retain the best workers, and the amount you pay toward employee premiums may be tax-deductible. Since no one can be turned down based on medical history, group coverage also protects workers or family members who might otherwise go uninsured.
First, tell us about your company and employees. Then we'll show you health insurance quotes from a number of leading companies in your area.
Compare plan rates and benefits to find the best match for your needs and talk with one of our licensed insurance agents for personal help.
A general term referring to any service (such as an office visit, laboratory test, surgical procedure, etc.) or supply (such as prescription drugs, durable medical equipment, etc.) covered by a health insurance plan in the normal course of a patient's healthcare.
Please note, however, that definitions of certain terms may vary across insurance companies.
The total amount paid to the insurance company for health insurance coverage. This is typically a monthly charge. Within the context of group health insurance coverage, the premium is paid in whole or in part by the employer on behalf of the employee or the employee's dependents.
Health insurance coverage extended to the spouse and unmarried children of the primary insured member. Certain age restrictions on the coverage of children may apply.
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