Find answers to commonly asked questions about extended health benefits below. Don’t see your question? Reach out to our Customer Engagement Team with any question big or small.
Not only does it increase overall compensation for your employees in a tax efficient manner, but it also boosts employee morale, and improves overall health and wellness. Studies have shown that employers see a 40% drop in employee absenteeism among other benefits.
Benefits are a tax deductible expense to the clinic. If you were to give your employees a $1,000 raise, there would be payroll fees and taxes associated. $1,000 contributed towards benefits is 100% tax deductible to you and received tax-free by employees, including shareholder-employees.
By grouping your clinic with hundreds of other clinics across Canada, you are getting a better price than you could achieve on your own.
The extended health benefits plan offers prescription drug, dental, paramedical, and vision coverage. It also includes life and travel insurance.
Yes, our family coverage is designed for couples as well as families.
There is a minimum of two employees needed for the traditional plan.
We offer a flex plan for sole practitioners, contact our Customer Engagement Team for more details.
You must enroll all full-time employees in a particular class. A class of employees is a grouping based on specific roles at the clinic. A full-time employee is anyone that works 21 hours or more per week.
You can cancel the plan at any time. You are required to provide 30-day’s notice written notice.
Please feel free to reach out to our Customer Engagement Team with any question big or small.
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