How They Lower Your Company's Cost, Reduce Turnover and Enhance Productivity
HSA Plans are the newest, hottest thing in group health insurance plans, particularly for smaller firms in Massachusetts.
What an HSA Is and How It Saves Money
An HSA as done by smart firms is a combination of a HSA-linked health insurance plan and the actual Savings Account itself (all this is explained in detail in the Free Report).
Fact is, the big three carriers (Blue Cross, Harvard Pilgrim and Tufts Medical) are practically subsidizing your implementation of an HSA plan. Compared to the industry-standard Blue Cross plan, the HSA from Blue Cross is 27% cheaper! And with the typical premium for the industry standard plan, that means you save more than enough to pay for the insurance portion of the HSA itself and the "appropriate funding" of the savings portion.
We just finished a change-over (staying with the same carrier) for a 30-person firm in Boston. Not only did they end up with a better plan, they also saved the employer more than $127,000 in the first year! That's a savings of more than $4,000 per employee per year.
But That's Just the Beginning
- Not only do you save money with an HSA, you put dollars into employees' pockets!
- Not only do you save money with an HSA, you can use it for a "tax shelter" for yourself (so can your employees - this is an "equal opportunity" benefit plan!)
- Not only do you save money with an HSA, you can use it to enormously expand the kind of items that can be paid for with deductible dollars.
We've put together a detailed, comprehensive report of everything you can do with an HSA Plan - and it's yours without obligation. Just enter the information on the order form below, and we'll rush the report to you.
Act now! Doing an HSA "right" requires more careful implementation than a typical plan. It requires someone to communicate with your employees who truly understands how the HSA works and how it can help you and your employees.
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