Health Savings for Employees = Savings for You

In the healthcare industry, it’s important to look at both sides of saving: the employee and the employer. At Ameriflex, we love to educate the public on how implementing certain programs or approaches can benefit everyone. Whether you’re an employer or employee, there are ways to save, and we’re here to bring that to your attention as best we can.

HSAs Help You Save

Offering your employees a health savings account actually puts money back in your pocket. It can save you money while keeping your employees happy and healthy. By switching to a high-deductible health plan, you can lower your premiums, and the more employees who participate and contribute, the greater your tax savings.

Employer Savings

High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP)

HDHP premiums are much lower than the typical HMO and PPO premiums. Businesses are finding these health plans affordable for their companies and their employees.

Savings on Payroll Taxes

Maximize your savings by maximizing your employee enrollment in an HSA. The more employees enrolled and the higher their contributions, the more you save on payroll taxes. You can also increase your tax savings by contributing to your employees’ accounts.

Offering your employees an Ameriflex HSA is a great way to invest in their physical and financial well-being, now and for years to come.

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