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  • Same-Sex Marriages and Group Health Benefits | Benefits Broker FL

    Posted on May 26th, 2016

    By Danielle Capilla Chief Compliance Officer at United Benefit Advisors From 2013 to 2015, a series of Supreme Court cases and government updates have changed the landscape of the way employers must consider same-sex spouses in relation to employee benefits. Most recently, in June 2015, the Supreme Court ruled in… Read more »

  • When It Comes to Employees’ Financial Wellness, Face Time Matters | Benefits Specialist FL

    Posted on May 20th, 2016

    By Geoff Mukhtar Communications Manager at United Benefit Advisors Many employers have done an excellent job of integrating financial wellness programs with their employees in order for them to improve their overall financial well-being. However, the most significant progress appears to be when employees actually speak with a qualified human… Read more »

  • 6 Reasons Single People May Need Life Insurance | Employee Benefits FL

    Posted on April 25th, 2016

    By Maggie Leyes www.lifehappens.org Many people make the assumption that life insurance is for married couples and those with kids. While it is true that not all single people need life insurance, there are a number of reasons when it can make (really) good sense. 1. You have student loan… Read more »

  • Basketball Time! | Coordinated Benefits Group

    Posted on April 8th, 2016

    Our very own Steve DeSorbo shooting some hoops with community ambassadors Nick Anderson and Bo Outlaw at the Amway Magic Arena in Orlando last month! Go Steve! A big thank you to AvMed

  • Florida Employment Law Update | Employee Benefits Jacksonville

    Posted on March 29th, 2016

    www.thinkhr.com Workers’ Compensation Administration On March 10, 2016, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed legislation (H.B. 613) amending the state workers’ compensation law. Florida’s workers’ compensation law requires an employer to obtain coverage for their employees that provides for lost income and all medically necessary remedial treatment, attendance, and care resulting… Read more »

  • Top Talent Prefers Being Recruited Via Their Mobile Device | Jacksonville Benefits Broker

    Posted on March 22nd, 2016

    By Bill Olson Chief Marketing Officer at United Benefit Advisors If you haven’t noticed, newspapers are shrinking in size. Fewer people, especially the younger demographic of 18- to 40-year-olds, read them and this especially applies to when they’re searching for jobs. Employers who continue to use only the older methods… Read more »

  • What happens to benefits eligibility during an unpaid leave of absence? | Florida Employee Benefits

    Posted on March 14th, 2016

    By Danielle Capilla Chief Compliance Officer at United Benefit Advisors Question: If an employee of an applicable large employer takes an unpaid leave of absence (not Family and Medical Leave Act), what happens to their benefit eligibility during that time? Answer: The answer depends on whether the employer is using… Read more »

  • Life Insurance & Sports | FL Employee Benefits

    Posted on March 10th, 2016

    www.lifehappens.org Question: “Will my sport cause me problems in purchasing new life insurance?” Answer: in most cases no, but there are some hobbies that may be a problem for the underwriters in the insurance company. Here is a list of seven high-risk sports that are problematic when it comes to… Read more »

  • The Team That Eats Together Performs Better | Jacksonville Employee Benefits

    Posted on February 29th, 2016

    By Bill Olson Chief Marketing Officer at United Benefit Advisors Do your employees often eat alone? If so, you may be missing an opportunity, according to an article on the Society For Human Resource Management’s website titled, “Breaking Bread At Work Boosts Bottom Line, Study Claims.” This goes beyond the… Read more »

  • Top 10 Questions about the Minimum Value Penalty | Florida Employee Benefits

    Posted on February 16th, 2016

    By Danielle Capilla Chief Compliance Officer at United Benefit Advisors An employer that offers minimum essential coverage to substantially all of its full-time employees may still owe penalties if the coverage it offers is inadequate because it is not “affordable” or it does not provide “minimum value.” It also may… Read more »

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