Can you be too generous? A recent survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) found that providing financial support and/or unpaid care to family or friends can affect your retirement savings. Continue reading “When Giving Impacts Your Retirement”
Last month, we discussed some of the factors that determine whether a claim is covered. In this article, we’ll discuss plan design features that affect how much your plan will pay toward a covered claim. Continue reading “Understanding the Claims Process, Part 2”
The worst time to find out that you have no insurance, or inadequate insurance, is after a loss. If any of the following situations apply to you, a standard insurance program might not be enough. Continue reading “10 Homeowner’s Insurance Problems; and How to Solve Them”
The EEOC has had pregnancy discrimination on its radar screen for a while. A Supreme Court case, Young v. UPS, will likely bring more attention to the issue.
Many laws and regulations affect pregnancy and discrimination, disability, leave and accommodations. Continue reading “Avoiding Pregnancy Discrimination Claims”
A large percentage of Americans are either uninsured or under-insured for life insurance. Employers that offer voluntary life insurance offer their employees a way toward a more secure financial future. Continue reading “Life Insurance Needs by the Decade”
The following suggestions can help you avoid costly auto accidents among your employees who drive for work.
Driving—something that most adults do every day—is one of the most dangerous tasks you can assign a worker. Continue reading “Driver Safety for Employees”
Every year, Americans make 31 million visits to the emergency room for unintentional injuries. Emergency room charges average about $1,200 per visit. Your out-of-pocket expenses could vary wildly depending on the type and severity of injury, where you are treated, and your coverage. Continue reading “Controlling Emergency Room Expenses”