Jeff graduated from Transylvania University with a degree in Business Administration in 1992. He joined Bim Group in 2001, bringing experience in the life, property and casualty insurance industries. Since joining Bim Group, Jeff has excelled in managing multi-employer association sponsored plans and both fully insured and self-funded plans for large employers. His expertise includes working with both senior management and HR in designing plans that fall within budget parameters, as well as consulting on the implementation of benefits administration systems.
Sr. Benefit Consultant
Today, HR has to be front and center, driving employee engagement in countless programs, benefits and other activities aimed at boosting productivity and containing costs. As an HR leader you know that modern HR programs depend on employee engagement (and comprehension) to actually work. Bottom line is… HR Programs + Employee Communication = ROI Unfortunately, […]Read more
July was a busy month in the employee benefits world. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a notice that expands the list of preventive care benefits a high deductible health plan can provide without a deductible or with a deductible below the annual minimum deductible. The IRS also released the indexed affordability percentage for plan […]Read more
Do you know what “GREAT” looks like with HSA Planning? Both employers and employees are concerned about escalating health insurance costs impacting them today and how to also plan for these costs in retirement. Traditional health insurance with copay based plans and traditional retirement planning does not address either concern with the most tax advantaged […]Read more
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT Register Now This webinar will provide an overview of opt-out arrangements and spousal waivers by: Describing what an opt-out arrangement is Illustrating how opt-out arrangements may be structured, including whether the arrangement should be structured differently when it involves a fully-insured plan versus a […]Read more