eflex Education Seminar Series on Defined Contribution: Pre-taxing Non-Group Insurance. Is It Possible?

Yes, No, Maybe?

There seems to be several "schemes" available to agents for employers to drop their group health coverage and have employees purchase individual policies and pre-tax the premiums too. But, can it be done? Is it a good move? How should we advise our clients? What about state laws? What about HIPAA and ERISA? What legal requirements do we need to follow? Is it ethical?

Get the answers and reference tools you need to guide and advise your clients. Join industry expert Ric Joyner for a provocative discussion on group vs. individual insurance pre-tax plan in the ever changing health care arena.  

Time: 1.00 pm Eastern

Date: 5-10-11

Ric Joyner has been providing pre-tax individually-paid insurance premiums since 1991 so you will get the benefit of his experience and that of countless questions and hours of research. Learn how these programs work, how to install them properly, potential risks, and how to avoid putting your license and your E&O insurance at risk.

The cost of the seminar is just $49 per person. This one low registration fee covers as many people in your office in a central area such as conference room (calling from one phone). Or, get multiple registrations for just $99 per agency. Use this option only if your staff can’t attend in a central area.

NAHU Members: Indicate your membership when you register and enjoy 10% off! (We will give you a choice to have your discount forwarded to HUPAC)

Can’t make the date? Don’t worry we will be recording this Webinar so you can receive the materials and recording later. You’ll still need to register, so we’ll know to send the materials to you after the session ends.

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