Are your employees getting what they need from their Group Family Dental Insurance Plan? Are you?
Let's face it -- Group Family Dental Insurance Plans are one of the biggest investments that you make in your people. Is your Group Dental Plan delivering the best return on investment that it can?
Check out how a local business owner saved over $27,000 on their Group Benefits. Download the case study here.
We have literally decades of experience in working with organizations to create and manage their Group Family Dental Insurance Plans. This means not only that we will design plans with your needs in mind, but that we will also come to the table with solutions you may not have considered. These can include:
- The business case for (and against) creating a Self-Funded Group Family Dental Plan that has the potential to build a significant cash nest egg for your business
- Personal Health Spending Plans that can supplement standard Group Family Dental Insurance Plans for key employees
- Custom solutions for organizations with diverse needs, such as our Dental Solutions Series for dentists and dental clinic owners or our Municipal County Insurance Plan that delivers Group Family Dental Insurance for Alberta Municipalities
When you work with Capital Estate Planning, you get access to decades of experience in designing and renewing Group Family Dental Insurance plans, including a group of analysts who border on the obsessive when it comes to analyzing renewal rates; professionals who regularly push back on insurance companies to defend or reduce rate increases at renewal; and who truly understand best practices in Group Employee Benefits to give you the absolute best results from your Group Insurance dollars that they can.
Contact us today for more information on an Employee Dental Benefit Plan. Invest in your employees today!
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