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Why Choose Us?

800 Wisconsin St. Ste. 402, Unit 5
Eau Claire, WI 54703

715-598-4412

"We help companies provide high quality benefits to their employees. Allowing you to hire and retain a high quality work force."

- Nick Bauer, Owner

Serving Wisconsin & Minnesota

Products and Services for Large Businesses and Groups

51 employees or more

Valley Benefits can assess the needs of your business and employees and help you create a competitive and affordable benefit package.

 

Our insurance products and services include:

  • Health

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Life Insurance

  • Short- and long-term disability

  • Self and partial self-funded plans

  • Retirement planning

 

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Benefits of a group health plan

It’s no secret that employees value health insurance benefits. Surveys show that workers value health insurance coverage second only to monetary compensation. By offering group health insurance benefits to your employees, you may find it easier to hire and retain the best workers for your company. Plus, there are special tax incentives for businesses that provide health insurance.
For example, businesses can generally deduct 100 percent of the premiums they pay on qualifying group health plans. And by offering group health insurance as part of a total compensation package, you may be able to reduce payroll taxes. Plus, your employees can pay their portion of the monthly insurance premium with pre-tax dollars. Make sure that you take these incentives into consideration when determining the affordability of a health insurance plan for you and your employees.

 

For More Information

  • Health savings accounts (HSA) »

  • 125 cafeteria plans »

  • Establishing a health insurance plan »

  • Deductibles, co-payments and coinsurance »

  • Self-funding »

  • Self-insured FAQ »

  • Wellness »