Season’s Greetings from Minnesota Benefit Association
All of us at the Minnesota Benefit Association extend to you our most sincere wishes for the happiest of Holiday Seasons. May the joys of the season bring you peace, good health and prosperity throughout the holidays and into the new year. Read more
Experience a better way to buy with Purchasing Power, a benefit offered by Minnesota Benefit Association. With our program, you can get the items you need now and pay over time, right from your paycheck. No credit check. Fixed payments. No hidden fees. Read more
Happy Thanksgiving from the Minnesota Benefit Association
With life’s many frustrations in can sometimes be difficult to remember the good things in life. As you sit down for Thanksgiving dinner this year, take time to consider the little things that make up your life — the quiet moments in nature, special time with your kids, seeing the smile on your spouse’s face when you walk in the door. Read more
Fall fun for the whole family
Apple picking, football and pumpkin-flavored everything can only mean one thing: Fall has arrived in Minnesota. This special season is short and sweet, so let’s make the most of it, whether that means getting outdoors or participating in some of the fall’s best celebrations, there is no shortage of family fun in Minnesota. Read more
Having a successful start to the new school year
As we say goodbye to summer afternoons and family vacations, we must get back into our routines as kids head back to school, and our lives once again become a series of to-do lists. Read more
As we say goodbye to summer afternoons and family vacations, we must get back into our routines as kids head back to school, and our lives once again become a series of to-do lists.
According to a 2017 survey from ZzzQuil, eight in 10 parents experience back-to-school anxiety, with the majority saying there is no tougher time for a parent
Review these tips from TPT for ideas on how to have successful and stress free start to the new school year.
Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is coming up on October 15, the Minnesota Benefit Association wants to remind you that it’s never too early to start thinking about enrolling in Medicare for the first time if you are approaching 65, or making changes to your existing coverage.
The annual enrollment period for Medicare runs from October 15 until December 7, when you can make changes to your Medicare plans.
Contact our Medicare help line with all Medicare questions, or to schedule an in-person consultation, please call 651-358-2990 or send an inquiry to Info@MinnesotaBenefitAssociation.org for details.
September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. Each September, Life Happens, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping consumers make smart insurance decisions to safeguard their assets, coordinates Life Insurance Awareness Month. This industry-wide campaign is aimed at educating Americans about the importance of life insurance and helping them get the coverage they need.
With the Minnesota Benefit Association’s Group Term Life Insurance Plan you can protect your loved ones. It is difficult to prepare for a tragic accident, but one simple way to help protect your family is the Group Term Life Insurance Plan.
With Minnesota Benefit Association’s Group Term Life Insurance Plan you can help ensure that your family will have the money necessary to:
Learn More about Group Term Life Insurance on the Minnesota Benefit Association’s website.
Flu season is once again rearing its head, so it’s never too early to get your flu shot.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDS) recommends everyone ages 6 months and older get a flu shot every flu season, including healthy people, and people with chronic conditions.
Getting your flu shot can be as simple as going to your local pharmacy, or maybe even your employer offers a flu shot clinic. Since flu shots are considered preventative care, insurance plans will cover them at no cost to members.
Visit the Center for Disease Control‘s website to view vaccine tips, what portion of the population is most susceptible, and tips to prevent the Flu as best you can this year.
Springtime brings more opportunities to be active
It’s finally spring (minus the foot or so of snow we are expected to get on the 10th and 11th…) and we want you to strive to be the healthiest you can be. A good way to keep your body moving and in top shape is taking your lunch hour to take a walk, outside or in. Read more