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    Health Insurance Premium Benefits
    Hello all,

    Here is a question that I can't seem to find an answer to anywhere online. Simply asked, Is it permissible to provide a health insurance premium cost benefit for favored employees? For example, if I have 12 employees, but highly regard 2 of them above the others, can I offer to pay all or part of their monthly health insurance premium cost and not offer the same benefit for the other 10 employees? I'm talking about a typical, employer-sponsored health plan. I am in the state of Missouri.

    The reason I ask, is because, #1 - I would like to be able to do this, if it is legal. #2 - I know for a fact that other employers in the same exact field as mine are doing so (I was recently one of those "favored employees" at a different company). #3 - If it is not legal, then why does it seem everyone is doing it anyway? I guess a better question would be, HOW are they doing it (because I know they are).

    I just want and expect to be on the same playing field as the competition. I employee 12-15 people at a time currently, and my small specialty-trade construction business is growing. I have not been able to offer health insurance as a benefit until now, and I'm trying to figure out how to "take care" of certain more valuable employees (other than simply a higher hourly rate).

    Thanks!


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    I think yes.


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    Possibly yes dude


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    It may be possible. You should contact your broker and/or your contact with your insurance company. While I don't know of any Federal law there may be a state law the would classify this as discrimination.


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    It might have some benefits, but does it include additional medical services like dental or urinal problems? I mean, will it compensate things like pharmaciegenerique.fr or despite it's being premium, it's still not included? It does make difference for me, as my age is the age you really into choosing medical insurance, not just getting the cheapest you can and still doing well.


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    It may be possible.


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    Such a procedure is quite possible. The only way I see it to realize is your arrangement with a private clinic and its management. In this case, you can regulate the payment of benefits to your superior employees without explaining to others. The only thing you have to do is get legal insurance with this clinic. For example, if your employee has a hormonal failure, then he, too, must be registered in the individual insurance. For example, with the Kingsbergmedical clinic at 2800 West State Road 84, Suite 118. And so the rest. I see it this way.


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    A premium is the amount of money charged by your insurance company for the plan you've chosen. It is usually paid on a monthly basis but can be billed a number of ways. You must pay your premium to keep your coverage active, regardless of whether you use it or not.


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    Do you have any information about Health insurance in Singapore ? AXA for example https://www.axa.com.sg/health-insurance ...
    Thanks !!


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    Last edited by Namsen10; 02-01-2020 at 08:50 AM.
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    Mashreq bank provides the best Insurance in the UAE.


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