Employer Group plans can provide a range of healthcare coverage and retirement savings benefits to help retain and attract employees, and can be set up for a company with as little as two employees.
Why are they important?
These plans can be fully customized to fit the various needs of your organization, and is flexible enough to be adapted to your business needs as they evolve.
What types of coverage and benefit options are available for group plans?
Group benefit plans vary by company, but may include:
- Life insurance
- Accidental death & dismemberment (AD&D)
- Dependents insurance
- Short-term disability
- Long-term disability
- Extended health care
- Dental care
- Critical illness
- Emergency travel assistance
- Employee assistance program
Group retirement plans can include:
- Group Registered Retirement Savings Plans
- Group Tax-Free Savings Accounts
- Deferred Profit Sharing Plans
- Registered Pension Plans
- Pooled Registered Pension Plans
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