“People First” – Accessibility Changes Coming to FrenkelBenefits.com

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At Frenkel we’re always looking for ways to make sure we fully embody our “people first” philosophy and enhance the manner in which we serve not only our clients and their employees, but also our own employees and the diverse world of individuals and organizations who we interact with. We are proud to announce that… [Read More]

Frenkel Benefits’ Client-Focused Service Model = Satisfied Clients

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Many thanks to our clients and the teams who serve them. We received exceptionally high marks from employers that shared their feedback on our service. Our work philosophy and culture are engrained in every aspect of our service and it shows. Frenkel Benefits collaborates and strategizes alongside our clients, answering only to them, and direct access to our senior… [Read More]

Gary Weir, VP of Retirement Services, Quoted by PLANSPONSOR in Plan Tax Treatment “Diversification” Article

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Frenkel Benefits’ Gary Weir, Vice President of Retirement Services, was quoted recently by PLANSPONSOR magazine in an article encouraging tax treatment “diversification” – by exploring Roth contributions – if you haven’t already done so. Many workers are aware of the Roth option, Gary says. “The few times an employer has started a new plan and not offered a Roth contribution, one of… [Read More]

Craig Hasday, Frenkel Benefits President, Quoted by Insurance Business America in Healthcare Market Disruption Article

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Frenkel President Craig Hasday was recently quoted by Insurance Business America in an article highlighting Amazon’s arrival into the U.S. healthcare market, which the publication says is creating a divergence among insurers. Where some see a threat, others welcome the challenge. “I think the unique skill sets and scale of the three consortium partners give this effort… [Read More]

Craig Hasday, Frenkel Benefits President, Quoted in SHRM Article on ACA Letter 226J Penalties

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Craig Hasday was quoted in a November 15, 2017 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) article about the onset of Affordable Care Act (ACA) penalty letter mailings for applicable large employers (ALEs) considered as not offering affordable coverage to full-time employees and their dependent children in the 2015 calendar year. Craig says, “2015 was a phase-in year… [Read More]

An Exciting Evolution for Frenkel & Company and Frenkel Benefits

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We are pleased and excited to confirm that Frenkel & Company has merged our operations with EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants (Edgewood Partners Insurance Center) effective November 20, 2017. EPIC is one of the country’s fastest growing privately-held insurance brokers. With the addition of the Frenkel & Company team, EPIC now has more than 1,400… [Read More]

Craig Hasday, Frenkel Benefits President, Ranks First Place in Employee Benefit New’s “EBN’s top blogs of 2017”

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Frenkel Benefits’ President, Craig Hasday, ranked the highest in page views in Employee Benefit New’s “EBN’s top blogs of 2017” with his guest blog post from January about healthcare reform and predictions for the year ahead. Following President Trump’s election, Craig wrote that the number one question on clients’ minds was how to position their healthcare strategy and benefit plans. His five… [Read More]

Craig Hasday, Frenkel Benefits President, Takes #1 Spot in Employee Benefit Adviser’s “Top blogs of 2017”

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Frenkel Benefits’ President, Craig Hasday, takes the number-one spot in Employee Benefit Adviser’s “Top blogs of 2017: Debating the merits and potential consequences of Trumpcare” with his guest blog post from January about healthcare reform and predictions for the year ahead. Craig wrote on Inauguration Day that the number one question on the minds of clients was how the… [Read More]

Craig Hasday, President, Quoted in Bloomberg Article

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Frenkel’s President, Craig Hasday, was quoted in a July 27, 2017 Bloomberg article about “skinny repeal” of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), warning of the implications of a half-cooked repeal plan.