Features of Freedom Benefits Small Business Benefit Plan 2018

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The new 2018 Small Business Employee Benefit Plan, available now, includes more features and options than ever before to allow your small business to offer big company benefits. Features include: ·       Easy, fast and inexpensive ·       Allows for inclusion of a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA), Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Account(FSA), dependent care plan, […]

New small business employee benefit plan

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I am pleased to introduce Freedom Benefits’ new small business flexible consumer driven employee benefit plan for 2018. Three new features are incorporated immediately: 1) Increased opportunities to waive the setup and advisory fees by working through an affiliate accountant or agent, 2) increased range of insurance options to include non-ACA compliant health insurance, and […]

Health plans for New Jersey Farmers

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This is a pre-publication draft of an article intended for print media. New Jersey’s farmers have it tough when it comes to negotiating a path through health care reform. New Jersey insurance markets have been expensive, compared to other states, since the 1990s.  Health plans for self-employed people provide in-network care only and this can […]

Financial planning under health care reform

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The health care news from Washington DC was disheartening this week. Key Republicans are bashing the president for his lack of understanding of basic health care concepts. One Republican Senator reportedly called the president “clueless” after a one-on-one meeting. Meanwhile the president touts himself as a health care policy expert. For the est of us, […]

Did the Republicans really win the health care reform battle?

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A strong case can be made that the Republicans have already essentially accomplished much their agenda with regard to health care reform. If we look at what is really happening on ‘Main Street’ and not in DC and ignoring how the law is supposed to work we see: No enforcement against businesses for ACA requirements […]