Every day we hear from health insurance professionals about the challenges they're facing in 2014. At the forefront of these challenges is health care reform. But, it's more than that. It's the shifting health insurance market, new technologies, new product developments, and keeping up with the competition.
From time to time, every small business owner gets stuck. From lacking the time for strategic planning, to the fear of failure, to a growth plateau, all small business owners face challenges. So, how do you get unstuck and move forward?
There's been a lot of buzz about enrollment in the Affordable Care Act's individual health insurance exchanges. But what about the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) exchange? While the federal SHOP enrollment figures have yet to be released, some states are reporting just a handful of small businesses are using the SHOP exchange to cover employees.
Now that we’ve passed the March 31, 2014 open enrollment deadline for signing up for individual health insurance coverage, many employers (and their brokers) are asking if it's too late for employees to get coverage on the exchanges.
You've started a business and hired your first few employees. Setting up a human resources (HR) program is necessary, but can seem daunting. So what are the small business HR basics you need to have in place?
Businesses of all shapes and sizes are canceling group health insurance and adopting new health insurance solutions such as "pure" defined contribution. What does a business need to know when canceling a group health insurance policy? Here are four tips.
Disclaimer: The information provided on this website is general in nature and does not apply to any specific U.S. state except where noted. Health insurance regulations differ in each state. See a licensed agent for detailed information on your state. Zane Benefits, Inc. does not sell health insurance.