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    Choosing and Understanding Your Broker

    Your relationship with your broker is an important aspect of your business. Choosing a broker and understanding how he or she affects your coverage and pricing is an important step in selecting coverage. Read More

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    Health Care Reform-Compliance Check List

    The Affordable Care Act (ACA), which was signed into law in March 2010, put in place comprehensive health coverage reforms with effective dates spread out over a period of four years and beyond. Read More

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    What Does it Mean for You?

    How health care reform legislation affects you varies greatly depending on your age, who you work for and many other factors. So what does it mean for you? Below is a list of how health care reform affects a number of common categories. Read More

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    Identifying Full-time Employees

    Effective Jan. 1, 2014, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) imposes a penalty on large employers that do not offer minimum essential coverage to “substantially all” full-time employees and dependents. Large employers that do offer coverage. Read More

Who we Are?


Lifeline Employee Benefits is a full-service brokerage firm offering a wide range of insurance services for businesses and individuals. We offer personalized hands-on administration of all client programs. For more information about our company, or to get a quote, please call us at (800) 328-1557.


Special Enrollment Period

Ending April 30: Special Enrollment Period

If you owe a fee with your taxes for not having health coverage in 2014 and don’t yet have health coverage for 2015, you may still be able to get coverage for 2015.

Lifeline Employee Benefits is providing individuals and families who are subject to the fee when they file their 2014 taxes with one last chance to get covered for 2015.

This is too important to put off. If you don’t have coverage for the remainder of 2015 you’ll risk having to pay the fee again next year for the portion of this year that you don’t have coverage. The fee for people who don’t have coverage increases in 2015 to $325 per person or 2% of your household income – whichever is higher.

You could save: 8 out of 10 people who enroll in 2015 coverage are getting financial help. Millions have already signed up.
We hope you take advantage of this extended opportunity to get quality coverage this year.