Health insurance enrollment is now open for small business owners and their employees through the ACA Marketplace.
If your business doesn’t offer health insurance to employees, it is time to make sure they have the coverage that they need to be healthy and productive. This enrollment window closes December 15th.
91% of South Carolinians enrolled in the ACA Marketplace receive premium assistance that makes the cost very affordable.
This year’s selection of plans is really complex due to the new insurance carriers that have come into the state.
Help your employees get the insurance they need at no cost to your business.
There are two ways to do this.
1. Have your employees visit HealthCare.gov to create an account and submit an application for 2020 health care coverage.
2. Let our health insurance broker get your employees enrolled. Ben and David of Insurance Advantage have worked with the SC Small Business Chamber for over 7 years saving our members time and money on health insurance. There is no cost for this service.
If your business does offer group health insurance, please contact Insurance Advantage to see if they can help you reduce your health insurance premiums or improve your coverage.
If you are looking for health insurance for yourself and family, most small business owners are finding that the cost is far too high because they don’t qualify for premium assistance.
If this describes you, click here and find out about new options available to save you money and still get quality health insurance.
South Carolina Small Business Chamber (SCSBCC) Member Benefits are offered by third-parties through contractual arrangements with SCSBCC. SCSBCC is not providing any products or services to you and they shall not be responsible for any claims or losses relating to the use of the SCSBCC Member Benefits. Insurance Advantage is a licensed insurance producer (SC License #189307); however, insurance related to this offering is offered through the various insurance companies that have contracted with Insurance Advantage and not through SCSBCC. SCSBCC membership does not guarantee insurance coverage and not all members will qualify for coverage.