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Planning for Retirement? What Your Employees Need to Know About Health Care

Planning for retirement can be an exciting time, but it can also bring some apprehension. In this edition we will provide some information about healthcare for your employees to consider when thinking about retirement. Though it should always be somewhere on the radar, if you’re within 10 years of retiring, it’s time to start seriously…

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Short-Term Health Insurance Explained

What exactly is Short-Term Health Insurance? Since the passing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), this topic has been an ongoing source of confusion for consumers. A Short-Term Health Insurance plan provides temporary coverage to help pay for hospital and medical claims when employer health insurance or ACA coverage is not available or affordable. Until…

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Personal Health Insurance Guidance: For Loss of Income Due to COVID-19 [VIEW WEBINAR]

Recent events, like the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, have left some individuals and families with reduced income due to layoffs, reduced hours or termination of employment and the possible loss of health insurance coverage. If you or someone you know has recently lost coverage or will be losing coverage through an employer, is on an ACA…

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ICHRA: The Newest Option in Employee-Sponsored Health Insurance

Check out the Crain’s Cleveland article written by Frank Spinelli, VP, Director of Affinity Groups and Emerging Markets. In the feature, Frank explains how Individual Coverage Health Reimbursement Arrangement (ICHRA) is redefining employer-sponsored health insurance and how InsureOne and Oswald have taken the lead for its clients. Contact Frank: fspinelli@oswaldcompanies.com (216) 367-8756

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Is a High-Deductible Health Plan Right for you?

High-deductible health plans (HDHP) are attractive because they seemingly reduce your health care spending. But that’s not always the case. With a low deductible plan, you’ll have predictable medical expenses and typically better coverage, but it’s difficult for most consumers to deal with the higher monthly premiums. Turning to a plan with a lower premium and…

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Women: Here’s How to Overcome Retirement Challenges

Juggling a career, caring for your family and other responsibilities can put you in a position of financial disadvantage when it’s time to retire.

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