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Benefits in mind for 2023? Meet Kasa.

Providing employee health benefits doesn’t have to be unattainable. Kasa offers employee benefits solutions for just about every budget out there.  Meet Kasa and register for their upcoming webinar.

Get valuable benefits for AIA employers and employees, through Kasa.

The AIA Trust has formed a unique partnership with Kasa: a 50-state virtual insurance agency designed to support business owners and their employees with all their individual and employee benefits needs – including health insurance. With over 50 years of combined experience in insurance, human resources, and benefits administration technology, the Kasa team, complete with licensed and salaried advisors, offers AIA Members and AIA component staff streamlined access to affordable employee health plans, individual health plans, and intuitive benefits administration services.

Already have a group benefits plan?

With Kasa’s unique plan options, AIA Members have the potential to see significant savings on their group’s health plan premium. How? By working with expert advisors who understand health plan strategy and can make suggestions based on your group’s specific needs, budget, current health status, and claims history. Kasa will help you to evaluate all of your options, from employer contributions to deductible amounts, or whether or not you should consider a simple financial strategy, such as a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA). With Kasa’s no-cost benefits analysis, you could be well on your way to saving premium dollars for not only your business, but for your employees as well.

Considering employee benefits?

Providing employee health benefits can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be unattainable. Kasa offers employee benefits solutions for just about every budget out there. From traditional health plan structures, to supplemental health benefits and employee-paid voluntary offerings, there are several different ways to provide valuable benefits to your employees at a cost that your company can sustain.

Traditional, employer-paid health insurance plans aren’t always the right answer, depending on your company’s size and budget. Health plans and insurance policies are made available through Kasa, an insurance agency licensed in all 50 states; plan options may vary by state.

When is the right time to begin offering employee benefits?

Many AIA members struggle with exactly this – “should my firm be offering benefits to our employees?” The truth is, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. One place to start your exploration into this is our upcoming webinar. Kasa CEO, Brian Drummond will be presenting.

 

Topic:
AIA:  Overview of Group Insurance Plans Available through GetKasa!

Time:
Oct 27, 2022 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Register: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4chI2iN_SjKXS_HNap6cFg

 




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