Benefits Blog

Posted by on 12/29/2016 11:00 AM

Another year has come in gone in what seems like the blink of the eye. 2016 has been a disruptive year, especially in the world of benefits. Now is the time to evaluate the competitiveness and compliance of your company’s benefits package. At Eastern Benefits Group, it is our goal to ensure that your organization is compliant and offers benefits packages that will attract and retain the best talent in your industry. Here is our guide to help you review your benefits package as you prepare for the new year. Benefits to Review As your organization changes, your benefits change, too. Take the time to review these benefits to make sure they are the right offering for your employees: Health insurance Dental Insurance Life Insurance Disability Insurance 401K Retirement Savings Account and Pension Plans Flexible Spending Accounts Vacation or Paid Time Off Program ... Continue Reading
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Posted by on 5/24/2016 10:36 AM

Every 2-3 years, Eastern Benefits Group administers our employer benefits benchmarking survey that generates hundreds of responses across industries and organization sizes. Want to know how your business stacks up against other companies of your size in your industry when it comes to employee benefits? Take our 2016 Eastern Benefits Group Employee Benefits Benchmark Survey. Continue Reading
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Posted by on 11/24/2015 5:07 AM

As we begin Thanksgiving preparations this week to share time with family and friends, we at Eastern Benefits Group would like to thank you. We so greatly appreciate your support and trust in our team. In 2015, your support has helped EBG accomplish a number of things we would like to share with you.  Continue Reading
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Posted by on 10/18/2015 9:15 AM

The Affordable Care Act will begin imposing the so called “Cadillac Tax” on high cost, employer sponsored group health plans in 2018. The Cadillac tax is an excise tax applied to value of high cost group health plans. This tax would be applied to plans with values that exceed $10,200 for individual plans or $27,500 for family plans. The tax would be applied to any amounts in excess of these thresholds. For many employers, it will not be difficult to exceed these dollar thresholds.  Continue Reading
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