Posts tagged Employee Benefits
New York Health Insurance changes for 2016

In January 2016, all of this changes because under New York law and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), the definition of "small group" will be 1-100 employees. All non-grandfathered groups with 1-100 employees renewing on or after January 1, 2016, must be issued small group coverage. A Grandfathered plans are health plans that were in place before March 23, 2010 when the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. These plans are allowed to offer the coverage they did before the Affordable Care Act.

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What to do before you hire your first employee

All companies start with a great idea, and usually it’s born from a challenge that you or someone close to you face. It’s a desire to improve, fix or create a better way of doing something and from that comes a company. No one ever creates a business to be in business, all of the things that go along with creating a company is overwhelming, and there is no definitive direction provided by anyone or anything.

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How important is the medical carrier when choosing a PEO?

Employee benefits and the topic of health insurance has been on everyone’s minds the last few years and for good reason. Increasing premiums, Obamacare, state and federal regulations - it’s become a circus. One question we get often is who is the best medical carrier while it sounds simple to answer, it isn’t. 

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The Change of Things to Come

Finding a solution in the past required multiple vendors and a cumbersome ritual of obtaining the quotes, in addition to trying to figure out who really is giving you the best deal. Well we wondered the same things so we created Dinsmore Steele, a technology company that match companies with the best human capital solutions providers.

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