A Kentucky construction company was afraid of leaving their fully-insured benefits plan. But after the plan increased in price by nearly $80,000 in one year, they were ready to explore other options. We helped this 36-employee company slash their benefits expenses by nearly $100,000 and lower their annual deductible from $3,000 to $0.
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