Articles Under the Tag: General
Many employers offer both High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) and lower-deductible medical plan options. How do you know which is best?
If you are changing jobs or retiring, it’s important to know which benefits you can keep and which you’d lose.
Changing employers can be both exciting and stressful. As you close out your chapter with your previous employer, make sure you follow these steps.
Whether you're newly married or you tied the knot years ago, it's important to review your available benefits options together every year.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness is a federal program may save your staff thousands of dollars, and it won’t cost your district any money.
Insurance that’s often referred to as supplemental or voluntary is usually related to your health, but it is not health or medical insurance.
Spend some time each year during your enrollment period or after a qualifying life event to review your documents and make changes as needed.
If you own certain insurance policies, like a critical illness or an accident policy, you may be eligible for a wellness benefit.
Here’s a list of some of the most common insurance terms used and what they mean to help you make your decisions.
Uncertain times can be difficult. Check out these tips for coping with stress, working from home, and supporting your health.
Joel McKenzie, a veteran American Fidelity manager, shares the top five things employees need right now from their leaders during the COVID-19 Crisis.
When looking at his district’s healthcare costs, Business Administrator Zane Woolstenhulme knew there was a way to improve the overall program.