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12 Oct Insurance Jargon, Decoded: Grandfathering

In a previous post, we described how non-evidence maximums impact plan members. Well, imagine an employee who applies for additional life, long-term disability insurance by answering medical questions. That employee is approved, and now enjoys that additional protection. Now imagine that the benefit plan moves to a...

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12 Oct Understanding Benchmarking

“What’s the typical benefit plan? What do most people offer?” This is a common question as we work with clients who have either never offered benefits or who are undertaking a benefits review. The answer is not easily come by. A typical benefit plan differs considerably...

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18 Jul Is Medical Tourism An Option For You?

As health and dental services are becoming increasingly costly for some, Canadians are beginning to look for alternatives to receive the services that they need and keep expenses down. The following is a guest post from Global Health Shift Corp. on Medical Tourism, and why...

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01 Jun Benefits of Health Spending Accounts

A health spending account is a valuable tool for any incorporated business owner, self-employed individual, or small business employer. Health Spending Accounts, which are also referred to as HSAs or Private Health Spending Plans (PHSPs), provide a way to pay for medical, dental, and vision...

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