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Employee Benefit News for School, City and County Employers

Kendra Mahoney

Kendra Mahoney is the Senior Customer Service Manager at National Insurance Services where she oversees operations of the customer service department including strategic planning initiatives and business process improvement. She has over 13 years of customer service experience with a background in disability claims. Kendra has an MBA, is ACA-certified, carries the Group Disability Benefits Specialist designation and is a licensed insurance agent (Life & Health).

Recent Articles by Kendra Mahoney

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How Imputed Income Reporting Works with Your Contributory Life Insurance Plan

Most school, city, and county employers are familiar with the imputed income rules when it relates to group term life insurance. Employers can provide their employees with up to $50,000 of group...

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What Administrators Need to Know About Disability Claims

The disability claims process is a lot more complicated than just the employer/employee submitting a claim application and then waiting for an approval/denial decision.

Here’s an overview of how...

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Spring Cleaning Task – Review Your Covered Dependents to Ensure Eligibility

Many school, city and county employers offer dependent coverage on their Life, Vision, Medical or Dental Insurance. Employees and dependents are added onto the plan and terminated periodically...

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Understanding Life Insurance Conversion & Portability

If your employee’s life insurance protection ends, continuing their coverage might be available through the Conversion and/or Portability option in your group plan. This means that s/he may have a...

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Does Imputed Income Affect Your Contributory Life Insurance Plan?

Most school, city and county employers are familiar with the imputed income rules when it relates to group term life insurance. Employers can provide their employees with up to $50,000 of group term...