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How to Buy Employee Group Benefits

Employee benefits are an important part of your staff's financial security and an investment in your company's success. Whether you're a first time buyer shopping for the best plan, or you already have benefits but are considering a switch, there are some important aspects to think about when weighing the pros and cons of employee group benefits.

Coverage

The first decision you need to make is the type of plan you want. Although a packaged benefit plan is quick to set up, it may include coverage you don't want -- or it might be missing coverage you need. Value is just as important as price, so consider a custom plan. After all, you're more likely to use beneifts that you choose.

Longevity

Make sure the plan you choose is a good fit for today and for the future. Always select a supplier with a broad range of coverage options, and one that lets you say in your plan's evolution. Dennis Chamney has access to cost-control tools, and can help you plan for the future while addressing your current needs.

Guarantees

Look for a plan with the fewest exlusions and the most assurances, like guaranteed renewable coverage or benefits that dont require medical questionaires. This makes your coverage more valuable in the long term. Guarantees also tell you a lot about the organization that you will be dealing with.

Claim Payments

Look for plans that provide quick claim payment. Some will offer direct deposits into employees bank accounts, or point of purchase drug coverage, paid right at the pharmacy. The higher quality of plan, the more efficient and convienient the payment options will be.

Chamber Group Insurance

Application Form

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Simply fill out the form and fax to (780) 929-6724

If you would like more information about the products and services available through the Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan, just pick up the phone and let Dennis Chamney (780) 929-6787 walk you through the process.