Have a difficult to cover employer group? Check out these solutions with CCSB!
Start Up Groups:
Start up groups may submit employment offer letters in lieu of 30 days of payroll.
Initial binder premium and subsequent premium payments may be made by personal check, money order or cashier’s check. No cash payments allowed.
Professional Employer Organization (PEO) Subgroups:
PEO subgroups are eligible to enroll in CCSB. The most recent PEO payroll billing invoice may be submitted in lieu of a DE9c or payroll register.
Groups Wishing to Offer Employee Only Coverage:
Groups with 1-49 FTEs may offer Employee Only Coverage. This allows dependents (spouse and children) to apply for a subsidy in the Individual Exchange.
Groups of 50-100 FTEs are required to offer coverage to dependent children. If the employer does not offer coverage to spouses, spouses are eligible to apply for a subsidy in the Individual Exchange.
CCSB allows employer groups who wish to cover their domestic staff. These groups must provide their most recently filed DE9c or most recent 30 days of payroll and must meet all applicable eligibility guidelines. CCSB also requires a copy of their IRS Letter with their Employer ID (FEIN).
And Don’t Forget with CCSB’s Broker Bonus program you can earn an additional $1,000 to $8,000 on new CCSB groups through 6/1/2019 effective dates.
Your RBG Team is prepared with answers for your group placement needs.