Arlington Health Insurance Agency Announces Group Health Insurance Solutions

Arlington health insurance agency the Thornton Insurance Agency doing business as Insurance4Dallas has introduced group health insurance policies for small businesses. The agency offers online application & comparison data for group health solutions from Aetna, Assurant Health, BCBS, Cigna and Humana.

Arlington, United States - June 13, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Arlington health insurance agency, the Thornton Insurance Agency, doing business as Insurance4Dallas, announced the availability of small group health insurance solutions through its website. The agency represents several major group insurance carriers and offers comprehensive product data and benefits information.

More information about Insurance4Dallas is available at http://insurance4dallas.com/arlington-health-insurance

Small business advocacy group Small Business Majority has highlighted several benefits of group insurance for employees and employers. Small group insurance lowers overall cost, improves access to medical care, provides a safety umbrella for otherwise uninsured employees, and improves recruitment & retention. This health insurance agency in Arlington also offers benefits through lower costs, legal compliance, reduced absenteeism, company loyalty, and tax benefits.

Insurance4Dallas offers small group health insurance solutions for businesses with between 2 and 2,500 employees. The agency offers group health solutions in Arlington from Aetna, Assurant Health, BCBS, Cigna and Humana. Employers may access and compare research data for individual products and options on the company’s website.

The group insurance agency in Arlington also features self-funded plans for self-employed individuals, small enterprise plans for companies with less than 50 employees, and ACA tax benefit & compliance plans for businesses with more than 50 employees. Select plans feature group healthcare, dental, and vision cover with cost-sharing, subsidies, and low premiums.

Insurance4Dallas helps employees and employers choose products and carriers that meet their specific business requirements. The Arlington life & health insurance agency is partnered to offer group health insurance in Austin, Houston, and San Antonio.

According to a spokesperson for Insurance4Dallas, “In today’s employment market, group health insurance benefits employers and employees alike. We are excited to provide individuals and small businesses with the tools, data, and resources required to find and buy group health policies that ensure compliance, benefit their employees, and provide adequate cover at a low cost.”

Insurance4Dallas is the online presence of the Thornton Insurance Agency, an independent insurance solutions provider. The agency was founded in 1986 by licensed insurance professional Rick Thornton and offers a wide range of life insurance and health policies.

More information is available by calling 972-219-6004 or by visiting the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Rick Thornton
Email: Send Email
Organization: Insurance4Dallas
Address: 2131 North Collins Street Suite 433-517, Arlington, Texas 76011, United States
Phone: +1-817-607-3321
Website: http://insurance4dallas.com/arlington-health-insurance

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524258

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