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Ascend Benefit Solutions Insurance Services


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2020 brings greater protections for insurance consumers
as new laws sponsored by Commissioner Ricardo Lara go into effect

Health and long-term care
Senate Bill 784 authored by the Senate Committee on Health conforms state law to both recent federal statutory changes and adopted National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Model Regulations made to the Medicare program and, specifically, Medicare Supplement policies issued on or after January 1, 2020 in order to ensure compliance with the federal Medicare Access and Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act.
Business health solutions for all sizes

No matter your company’s size or shape, we work to understand your needs and provide customized group health insurance solutions.

How CCSB Can Help Your Business

Covered California for Small Business (CCSB) helps you find health insurance for your employees that fits your budget and theirs.

You decide the level of coverage and how much to contribute toward your employees’ health insurance premiums. Then you and your employees select the plan that fits your budget.

Choose from HMO and PPO plans from Blue Shield of California, Health Net, Kaiser Permanente, Oscar and Sharp Health Plan for 2020. CCSB provides access to the broadest network of physicians and hospitals in California.

Did you know you could be eligible for a tax credit?

As a small-business owner, you may qualify for a federal tax credit to help offset the cost of providing health insurance to your employees by purchasing coverage with Covered California for Small Business. To qualify for a tax credit, employers must contribute at least 50 percent of their employee premium costs.

Currently, federal tax credits are only available to small businesses that purchase health insurance through Covered California for Small Business. The maximum available tax credit is 50 percent of insurance premium expenses and is available for a total of two consecutive years.