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If you didn’t have challenges, you wouldn’t have successes.

How do you overcome obstacles, particularly those facing businesses and their owners in today’s environment? It takes thoughtful creativity with a thorough attention to detail. It takes global knowledge tempered with regional expertise. More importantly, it takes a spirit of optimism that we all share. Whether you’re looking for basic healthcare solutions, comprehensive human resources management, business insurance, risk management strategies or retirement plan consulting, Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting will provide the guidance you need to reach your goals and compete successfully.

Talent management trends for 2018

As we near the end of the year, we would like to share some talent development trends to think about for 2018. What our research has taught us is that with improved branding, engagement and communication strategies in your organization, you can find a talent management program that best aligns with your culture and employee retention strategy, or one that will allow you to bring your culture to the next level. 

 

Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting included in IIABA’s Best Practices Study for the second year in a row

Associated Benefits and Risk Consulting retains its Best Practices status, once again becoming a part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States. This status comes by participating in the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) Best Practices Study group. 
 
  • 2017 1094C/1095C Reporting

    It’s time for employers to start preparing their 1094C/1095Cs for 2017. With the failure of efforts to repeal the ACA earlier this year, the employer mandate remains the law of the land, including the 1094C/1095C reporting obligation. Getting that reporting right takes on even more significance with word that the IRS is starting to assess employer mandate penalties for the first time, a process that is based largely on the employer’s 1094C/1095C reporting. Fortunately not much has changed since last year but unfortunately that also means the reporting remains as complex and confusing as ever.

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