H Group Benefits, Inc.
Delivering benefits for your company and serving as an extension of your HR team.
It's Not Just a Policy. It's Personal.
The insurance market is vast and ever-growing. With hundreds of companies and available products designed to help millions of people, status quo is no longer sufficient. No two clients have the same concerns and no two clients should have the same, cookie-cutter protection solution.
We are H Group Benefits, Inc., an independent insurance agency with more than 22 years of experience building personalized insurance coverage for groups and individuals.
As an independent agency, we are not tied to proprietary products, nor are we limited to sell select policies. Instead, we have access to the top insurance companies in the market. We focus on finding the right policy at the right price that you both need and want.
Level Funded Insurance Plans
Level funded plans offer you the opportunity to significantly reduce your insurance premium. Level funded plans offer greater control over health care spend, cost less than traditional fully funded plans, are customizable, and refund any excess money at the end of each year.Learn More
We offer a full suite of insurance products for your company, including health, dental, vision, short term disability, long term disability, and life insurance.Learn More
Value Added Services
Our value-added services help you attract and keep your employees and help them stay healthy and save money.Learn More
Staying compliant with all of the requirements that come with having employees can feel overwhelming. We offer a number of services to help make this much easier on you.Learn More
When you hire or terminate an employee, or when an employee has a life event change such as the birth of a child, you need to act quickly and want the required changes in their coverage to go smoothly. We can help.Learn More
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