open-enrollment

How to be an Open Enrollment Rockstar

Custom Content, Open Enrollment, KBI Blog

 It’s the most wonderful time of the year.

by Chris Freitas

Choosing the Right Flexible Benefit for Employees | Cupertino Benefits Agency

Dependant Care, Employee Benefits, Employees, Employers, FSA, Health Plans, HRA, HSA, Human Resources, Insurance, Open Enrollment

Trying to decide which of the many employer-sponsored benefits out there to offer employees can leave an employer feeling lost in a confusing bowl of alphabet soup—HSA? FSA? DCAP? HRA? What does it mean if a benefit is “limited” or “post-deductible”? Which one is use-it-or-lose-it? Which one has a rollover? What are the limits on each benefit?—and so on.

by Mike Radakovich

Looking Backward to Plan Forward | CA Insurance Agency

Employee Benefits, Employees, Enrollment, Health Insurance, Healthcare, Insurance, Open Enrollment

As you look through enrollment options for 2019, remember to look back on 2018. Check out your spending on procedures and prescriptions, and which providers are in your network.

by Mike Radakovich

Look Backward to Plan Forward | CA Benefits Agents

Benefits, Employee Benefits, Enrollment, Health Insurance, Healthcare, Insurance, Life Insurance, Open Enrollment

We have entered Open Enrollment season and that means you and everyone in your office are probably reading through enrollment guides and trying to decipher it all. As you begin your research into which plan to choose or even how much to contribute to your Health Savings Account (HSA), consider evaluating how you used your health plan last year. Looking backward can actually help you plan forward and make the most of your health care dollars for the coming year.

by Mike Radakovich

Do You Have Mixed Emotions about Open Enrollment? | CA Benefits Agency

Benefit Advisors, Benefits, California Employee Benefits, Cupertino Employee Benefits, Employee Benefits, Human Resources, Insurance, Open Enrollment

It’s typical to have mixed feelings about the annual benefits open enrollment period. Dread for the additional administrative workload and potential benefits cost increases… Anticipation of newer, more attractive, and easier to administer plans… It makes for a fall season that causes many HR professionals and benefits brokers to drown their misery in pumpkin spice lattes.

by Mike Radakovich