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Employee Benefit Offerings and Why They Are a Must for Business Owners

In today's highly competitive marketplace, it's becoming increasingly difficult for business owners to attract and retain top talent. Salary is no longer the sole compensation driver. Employees are also looking at an employer's overall benefits package and its potential to help address their real concerns of financially protecting their families in addition to adequately planning for retirement.

You probably already have a standard benefits package in place, one that includes medical and dental coverage, disability income insurance, and a retirement plan. However, your competitors more than likely offer a similar benefits package. These days, employees are looking for benefit plans above and beyond the standard packages that most employers already offer. These benefits often provide the primary incentive for key employees to join and remain loyal to your company.

Designing an attractive employee benefits package may seem expensive, but the tax considerations1 can help offset the overall cost, and its impact on current and prospective employees could be rewarding. We can help you provide an attractive employee benefits package for the employees that are most valuable to the success of your company.


Establish individual retirement arrangements funded by annuities to help attract, retain, and motivate your employees.

Disability Income Insurance

Provide employees with income protection that supplements your company’s group long term disability plan in the event of injury or illness.

Executive Benefit Programs

Implement our solutions that are designed to assist in recruiting and retaining executives.

Executive Group Life Insurance

Gain a competitive edge by providing valuable life insurance benefits to your executives and senior professionals.

Long Term Care Insurance

Help retain your employees and enhance your company’s benefits while taking advantage of possible tax savings.

Retirement Plans

Choose the best company retirement plan for your employees and decide what employer contribution is best suited.

1 The information provided is not written or intended as tax or legal advice and may not be relied on for purposes of avoiding any Federal tax penalties. We are not authorized to give tax or legal advice. Individuals are encouraged to seek advice from their own tax or legal counsel.