Spring Newsletter

Spring is in the air and it’s the perfect time to review your benefits! Spruce up your plans like you would your garden, and enjoy the bloom of well-chosen benefits! Let’s dive in together and make sure you’re getting the most out of your coverage. Insight to the Canadian Dental Plan It’s essential to be […]
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3 Main Pain Points Employers Are Facing in 2024

As we enter 2024, employers are facing a number of pain points when it comes to employee benefits. Here are the top three challenges that businesses are confronting and some tips for addressing them. First, many businesses are struggling with the issue of benefits in the face of a possible recession. With the economy uncertain, […]
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The Risks of Offering Partner Employee Benefits

As a business owner, you know that your employees and partners are your greatest assets. It’s only natural that you’d want to take care of them by offering employee benefit packages. However, when it comes to extending those benefits to partners who don’t have T4 income, it’s a whole different ball game. Whether you’re a […]
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Goodbye Summer: Making Memories with Family

As the summer comes to a close, it’s hard to believe how quickly it flew by. Personally, I’ve had an amazing time making memories with my family and enjoying the great outdoors. This heartwarming picture captures the joy and love shared between three of my four my precious granddaughters. As September rolls in, I’m ready for […]
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Advantages of partnering with an Employee Benefits Broker

Managing employee benefits can be a daunting task for HR teams. With the ever-changing landscape of healthcare regulations, rising costs, and increasing competition for top talent, it’s more important than ever for companies to offer attractive and cost-effective benefits packages to their employees. One way to ensure you’re providing the best possible benefits plan is […]
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How does a Health Spending Account work?

A healthcare spending account (HCSA) is a benefits solution that can be used either as a complement to a core health and dental plan, or a as a standalone option. An HCSA is essentially a pool of money available to employees and their families to use for their health care needs, approved by CRA guidelines. […]
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