Category: Group Health Insurance

Top 7 Considerations When Choosing A Group Health Plan To Offer

Employee benefits are a key factor in recruiting and retaining top talent. Group health insurance is an important part of your employee benefits package that helps your company compete in the marketplace. If you are shopping for a group health plan, the following rank among the top factors to consider. Number Of Employees To be eligible for group health insurance, you must have between one...

Quotebroker jointly hosting Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce's "2016 ACA Regulation and Employment Law Update"

On October 14, 2015 Quotebroker is proud to co-host the Santa Clarita Chamber's 2016 update on ACA regulations and employment law.  Together with Brian Koegle of Poole and Shaffery, LLP and Matteo Dinolfo, MD, medical director at UCLA Health, Quotebroker will present: The latest ACA regulations, administrative guidelines and penalties Healthcare system reforms 2015/16 employment law update, including minimum wage changes and potential effects on...

California governor signs legislation allowing small groups to keep health benefits through 2015

California businesses with small group health insurance got some good news last week when Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 1446 into law. The legislation allows so-called "grandmothered plans"- plans from before the 2014 ACA changeover that are not ACA compliant but were allowed to be kept anyway- to be renewed for another year and kept through 2015. This is a win for small business owners...

Obamacare enrollment numbers are in- but what do they mean?

Obamacare enrollment numbers are in- but what do they mean? The Obama administration has released a report detailing the enrollment numbers from the first enrollment period.  Note that these numbers are still incomplete, as final enrollments were still trickling in from the two week grace period given to consumers who had difficulty enrolling before March 31, 2014.  The big number that has been bandied about...

Avoiding Obamacare: How to Avoid the Penalty Tax While Remaining Covered

Obamacare Open Enrollment starts October 1- just a few days from now. For many people, that day has been long anticipated as a day marking the enrollment in improved plan designs and premium subsidy payments from the government.  Others who may not be so positively affected by the changes are indifferent or even actively against health care reform.  Do you want to avoid new Obamacare...