White Paper | December 2017
Advantages and Myths of Self-Funding for Small Businesses
Self-funding an employee health benefit plan is a great long-term strategy to save money, providing an excellent opportunity for a company to achieve immediate savings plus sustainable cost control. It's not just a good option for large companies—there are big benefits for small employers too.*
Learn the advantages and common misconceptions of self-funding for smaller employers. Feel confident about deciding if a self-funded health plan may be right for you.
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*In most states, Cigna offers administrative services for self-funded plans with as few as 25 full-time employees.
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