As a small business owner, you can have a benefits plan that’s right for you, your family, and your employees. If you own a profitable business in Canada, incorporated or not, you are eligible.
No limits, deductions, or maximums for owners
100% Fully tax deductible business expense
Set limits for employees and control costs
No medical evidence required
Get 100% coverage with no limits and pay a fixed monthly contribution based on your estimated annual health and dental expenses. If your spouse has a benefits plan, this plan will pick up any portion or expense that is not paid by your spouse's plan.
Give employees the flexibility they want with complete cost control for you with a Healthcare Spending Account. You'll never have to worry about your premiums increasing due to excessive claims.
|Contractor with 2 Key Employees and Spouse has Benefits Plan||Doctor with 2 Clinic Staff and Spouse has no Benefits Plan||Designer with Special Needs Child and Spouse has Benefits Plan|
George is a contractor with 2 site managers. George’s spouse has a benefits plan through her work which covers 80% and has maximums on dental and drugs.
Instead of paying the difference with after-tax dollars, George sets up a Healthcare Spending Account with the Smart Benefits Plan through his business, and sets an annual coverage amount by estimating the portion not covered by his spouse’s plan, such as orthodontia for their children plus the 20% of expenses not covered. His Smart Plan also includes emergency travel coverage and catastrophic drug coverage.
George also provides coverage for his 2 key employees as a retention tool by offering them an annual Healthcare Spending Account of $1,500, plus emergency travel coverage and catastrophic drug coverage.
Every dollar George pays into the plan is now a fully tax deductible business expense.
Maya is a Physician with 2 administrative staff. Her spouse does not have benefits coverage. Maya wants 100% of all her family’s health and dental expenses covered with no limits.
Maya wants to make sure these expenses are going through the business as tax-deductible expenses, so she sets up an unlimited Smart Benefits Plan, and pays a fixed monthly contribution based on her estimated annual health and dental expenses, which can be changed throughout the year. She owns any surpluses or deficits. Her Smart Plan also includes emergency travel coverage and catastrophic drug coverage.
Maya also wants to provide coverage for her staff by seniority. She provides her senior employee with over 10 years of service with a $2,500 annual Healthcare Spending Account, and provides her junior employee with less than 5 years of service with a $1,500 annual Healthcare Spending Account.
Every dollar Maya pays into the plan is now a fully tax deductible business expense.
Carlos is an independent interior designer. His spouse is a teacher with generous benefits, but they have a child with special needs who requires $20,000 in orthopedics and speech therapy expenses annually. Carlos’ spouse’s plan has a $500 limit for both orthopedics and speech therapy.
Instead of paying the difference with after-tax dollars, Carlos sets up a $19,000 annual Healthcare Spending Account with the Smart Benefits Plan through his business. His Smart Plan also includes emergency travel coverage and catastrophic drug coverage.
Every dollar Carlos pays into the plan is now a fully tax deductible business expense.
You pay for medical and dental expenses for you and your family anyway, so doesn’t it make sense to pay them through your business in the most tax‐effective way possible? All your health and dental care expenses are covered when administered through a benefits plan and 100% of the cost of the plan is a tax deductible business expense. It’s a no‐brainer. You’ll save money and gain protection for your family.
No problem. Our plan can accommodate all owners such as a practice with multiple business partners. You have the option to set an equal annual amount for each owner or to set up 100% coverage with no maximums. If you choose to have unlimited coverage, a report can be provided at year end for cost sharing purposes that shows the total claimed by each owner.
No. As your company grows, we will help you transition to a more suitable plan at every stage of your success. We’re with you all the way.
We have plans that cover:
You to a Few
A Few to a Bunch
A Bunch to a Lot