Why is a single point of contact important in billing?
A company's best solution for their voluntary benefits may often include products from more than one insurance carrier. This assures management as well as the employees that they are being offered the most appropriate options specific to their needs. Using multiple carriers necessitates receiving more than one monthly bill. This may cause no problem for an employer, but in those situations where it
does create a problem, providing a single point of contact and consolidating the various bills into one makes the process of reconciling and paying bills simple and easy.
Utilizing a single point of contact for bill reconciliation can solve many different employer challenges
such as:
      • Having multiple carriers yet requesting only one bill
      • Having multiple locations that need to either consolidate a bill into one or provide a separate bill to each location
      • Companies, Associations or Unions that want to provide voluntary programs but are unable to provide payroll deduction.
The Benefits Cooperative through its broker, carrier and third party administrator partners can provide the best solution for employers so that they spend less time paying bills and more time concentrating on their essential business needs.




The Benefits Cooperative

The Benefits Cooperative is a collabaration of leading employee benefit brokers, enrollment companies, and voluntary benefit brokers partnering with insurance carriers, ancillary benefit providers, third party administrators, enrollment softwaresuppliers and other Employee Benefits related companies whose primary purpose is to enable our broker partners to provide a complete and tailored benefit package to employees and association members. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA The Benefits Cooperative has members and affiliates in 30 states who do business in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.