No employer wants to be forced to pay a hefty fine for failing to comply with the Affordable Care Act. As such, sometimes a broker’s job is to simply prevent that from happening. When that’s the case, minimum essential coverage plans can be one solution, said Leslie Miller, principal at Leslie Miller Custom Insurance Solutions.
“You just want to know what you’re trying to accomplish,” Miller said last week at EBA’s Workplace Benefits...
Health insurance carriers have not poached healthier customers from the exchanges for plans sold outside the exchanges, which some feared would lead to adverse selection in the public exchange market, concludes a recent issue brief. read more »
Advisers hoping to remain relevant in a changing health care and benefits landscape must shift product offerings to meet industry trends. Rick Lindquist, president of Zane Benefits, discusses 6 key industry trends to watch. read more »