5 Things Small Business Owners Should Know about Health Plans

November 14, 2015


1. Starting in 2016, businesses with 50 or more employees must offer health insurance to their employees or pay a penalty.


2. Signing up is easy and convenient (and free). As a registered broker, I can help you to apply, choose plans and manage coverage at no cost to you. 


3. You've got plenty of choice and felxibility when it comes to the plan itself. You can:

  • Offer your employees one plan, or let them choose from multiple plans.

  • Offer only health coverage, health and dental coverage, or only dental coverage.

4. If you have fewer than 25 employees, you may qualify for a Small Business Health Care Tax Credit worth up to 50% of your premium costs. 


5. Offering health insurance is valuable to your business. There's no monthly service fees or late fees, premiums are guaranteed each year and enrollment is open year round. 


Want to explore your options? Call me at 626-437-2400 or fill out this form to get started.

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Michele Silveri has more than 25 years experience in the insurance industry.


As an independent broker, she is able to offer a wide selection of competitive products from top rated insurance companies.


Michele is licensed (license #0B31827)  for Life and Health Insurance products including Health; Dental, Hearing, and Visions Plans; Medicare Supplements; Medicare Advantage plans; and Medicare D plans.


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