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What supplementary benefits are right for you?

Written on August 4, 2017

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a little guidance in navigating supplementary benefits?  Youville is an easy-to-use site which will help you understand which voluntary benefits you may need.

http://www.visityouville.com/en/coloniallife

 

New Colonial Life report encourages bigger view of employee benefits

Written on August 18, 2017

Research shows employers can create stronger benefits plans by avoiding health care reform distraction

COLUMBIA, S.C. (June 26, 2017) — Employers can create more competitive and cost-effective benefits programs by taking a broader view and avoiding the distractions of health care reform legislation, according to a new white paper released today by Colonial Life.

“Big-Picture Benefits” uses industry and internal company research to illustrate solutions available to employers that help control rising insurance costs, protect their workers’ financial wellbeing and offer greater choice for today’s increasingly diverse workforce.

 

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Repealing Health Care Law “Ain’t Over by a Long Shot”

Written on August 7, 2017

Vice President Mike Pence said Thursday that efforts to repeal and replace former Democratic President Barack Obama’s signature health care law “ain’t over by a long shot.”

 

Millenials are reshaping workplace benefits

Written on July 24, 2017

By 2025, the millennial generation will make up more than 75% of the U.S. workforce. With this spike and the need for new ways of thinking, employers are updating their benefits packages to entice the future talent of their companies.

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Insurance helps family secure American dream

Written on July 24, 2017

Steven and Ngoc Anh Tang left Vietnam to pursue the American dream: They wanted their children, Jimmy and Nancy, to have a better life. Read how securing the right insurance policies made that dream a reality.

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Learn the true cost of not having health insurance

Written on July 24, 2017

If you can afford health insurance but choose not to buy it, you must pay a fee called the individual shared responsibility payment. (The fee is sometimes called the “penalty,” “fine,” or “individual mandate.”)

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