No Group is Too Small for Our Undivided Attention
A Small group is defined as a business with less than 50 employees working more than 30 hours a week. Temporary and seasonal employees (Employees that work less than 120 days per year) do not count.
We specialize in small business health insurance for groups of two to twenty in Oregon. Group size can range from a group of one to a group of twenty or more. Choose from many options and benefits based on your needs and budget, including:
Common Questions from Oregon Employers
Do I qualify for group health insurance?
According to new definition, a Small Group is a business with less than 50 employees working more than 30 hours a week. Temporary and seasonal employees (Employees that work less than 120 days per year) do not count.
Should I offer health insurance or give my employees cash?
Keep in mind that payroll taxes apply to any cash given to employees. We found great and innovative ways to help you find a sound solution.
Real Comparison Shopping Experience!
We are appointed with every carrier that offers small group health insurance in Oregon. We shop the market, so you can focus on running your business.
Many companies choose high deductibles with up front benefits while other companies offer very low deductibles. We help you sort out what is right for your company and your employees.
Tax Credits Available for Oregon Groups Under 50 employees
Federal tax credits are available now for qualifying taxable and tax-exempt organizations to help cover the cost of coverage for employees. We know that Oregon businesses want the best small group health insurance they can get for their employees! The credit will cover up to 50 percent of the premium costs for taxable organizations and up to 35 percent for tax-exempt organizations.