Employee & Group Benefits
Employee Benefit Plans
Employee Benefit Plans represent a large financial obligation to companies and its employees. This, coupled with the fact that it is very important coverage that employees rely on, alongside government sponsored programs, it is equally important to have the right plan in place as it is to deal with a broker who specializes in benefit plans.
There are many financial advisers or insurance agents who claim to offer group benefit packages to their clients, although in many circumstances, these advisers do not specialize in the benefits marketplace. This typically leads to the lack of proper education, recommendations, and inflated premiums for clients.
Jack Larmond the founder and principal of JWL Benefits is a consultant of The Benefits Company. Operating as an independent consulting firm, The Benefits Company has access to over 15 suppliers and every funding mechanism available. The Benefits Company assists, guides and protects clients through all of the various phases of their benefit and retirement programs.
“The Benefits Company provides you with your best opportunity to lower long term costs through superior customer service and effective planning.”
As a partner of Royal Benefits and The Benefits Alliance Group, The Benefits Company is connected to offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. The Benefits Company’s head office is located in Windsor, Ontario and has satellite locations in London, Sarnia and Ancaster, Ontario.
The Benefits Company works with an elite group of financial advisors. It is because of this that they handle some of Southwestern Ontario’s most prestigious companies. Clients’ satisfaction can be measured by the high level of service, continuous development of innovative concepts, and the relentless pursuit of the best deal for them.
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Many employers are noticing that their benefits costs are increasing significantly as government-sponsored plans continue to download costs previously covered to private employer sponsored plans. Without the proper cost containment features in place, your plan is in jeopardy of escalating premiums.
A major growth trend in the cost containment of employee benefit plans is the use of health care spending accounts, Administrative Services Only plans (ASO), and/or a combination of the two.