December Advisor Newsletter
Going into 2022...
I like influencers who are not afraid to predict what the future holds—it can be fun to converse about and debate. I wanted to take a stab at some potentially big changes that may come to fruition in the next year or two...
Top LinkedIn posts from Steve McEwan and Tim Kane
Think of HSA's as the duct tape of benefits Does flex plan allocation have to happen at the beginning of the year? Is a one person incorporated business required to have T4 to have an HSA? What makes myHSA different?
What you loved on our social media this year
#1: April 15
If you have been following us for a while, you know that our Founder, Tim Kane, has ensured that customer service is in our DNA. You won't find any "chat bots" with us. We have real live humans answering every single one of your chats with us. Don't believe us? Ask them about anything!
#2: February 24
Benefits are not one size fits all, which is why we are creating an innovative marketplace for our voluntary benefits solutions. Employees can choose substance use help with ALAViDA, virtual healthcare with Wello Virtual Healthcare or EQ Care, mental health support from Snapclarity, critical illness coverage with Allstate Benefits, medical marijuana options from Starseed Medicinal Inc., a huge variety of virtual health and wellness options from Cyno, weight loss programs from Slim Reset and Gut Chek, employee and family assistance programs from Homewood Health, travel and catastrophic insurance, life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, estate planning services with Epilogue and even pet insurance with Trupanion (coming soon).
Is it just us, or was that the longest sentence EVER?
#3: February 11
We are just looking for a friend without benefits!...so we can get them the flexible benefits they deserve. Are you ready to swipe right on myHSA?
Live chat is one of our Advisors favourite parts of our platform, and sometimes we get some pretty fun chats!
Checkout your Additional References under Resources in your Advisor portal to find this explanation! "Plan Design – Understanding Balances"
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