Debunking the most common myths around benefits stop-loss captives
Benefits stop-loss captives provide undeniable cost savings and are extremely simple to implement--even for mid-sized businesses.
By Joseph Curcio and Raymond O. Burke|March 23, 2020 at 10:21 AM
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Captives sometimes get a bad rap.
When businesses hear the word “captive,” they typically assume the solution is only for property and casualty, far too complex for their company, or simply unnecessary to meet their needs. However, benefits stop-loss captives provide undeniable cost savings and are extremely simple to implement.
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