Lower your employees health insurance costs with an affordable group health insurance plan for your small business.
A self-funded health plan is a way for small businesses to offset the rising costs of healthcare. Small businesses who employ a healthy workforce can take advantage of discounted health insurance premiums while still maintaining the predictable costs and financial protection of fully insured health plan.
The Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) helps small businesses provide group health insurance to their employees. Employer's can earn a tax credit worth up to 50% of their employer premium contribution. Our agents are licensed to offer the SHOP health plans to small businesses in Georgia.
An HRA is an employer funded health reimbursement account that can be used to pay for eligible medical expenses. Employers fund the HRA account to pay for healthcare expenses, and save by implementing a higher deductible health plan while minimizing the out of pocket healthcare costs for their employees.
Health Savings Accounts, or HSA's allow employers and employees to set aside tax-free money to pay for medical expenses. HSA's are paired with a qualified high deductible health plan, which typically provide lower monthly premiums and lower maximum out of pocket costs than copay style health plans.
List your employees on
our group health census form.
Review proposals with a
employee benefits specialist.
Complete the carrier
group enrollment package.