Offering a well-rounded benefits program is important to attract and retain quality employees. But the maintenance that comes with offering a competitive program within the ever-changing benefits landscape can be overwhelming. Along with cost and time pressures and an increasingly complex regulatory environment, you need someone who can help.
Since 1960, American Fidelity Assurance Company has focused on helping employers like you overcome these challenges. We specialize in benefit management by offering a wide range of products and services specific to your needs.
We provide a different opinion in employee benefits strategies by offering a top-notch customer experience. Our account managers are dedicated to ensuring your benefits program fits both your company's needs and budget. We want to make things simple, so you can get back to what you do best.
- Strategic voluntary benefits to pair with your health insurance
- Tax-favored enrollment support
- Online enrollment tools and communication
- Employee benefits education
- Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) compliance
From our local, salaried, career account managers who provide a year-round service commitment to our streamlined electronic enrollment options, we work diligently to share our experience in delivering expense management benefits and services to help you and your employees.
With over 12,000 worksite employers nationwide using American Fidelity as their Section 125 Plan or insurance provider, we consider it a privilege that so many employers and employees have put their trust in us. American Fidelity partners with 229 total associations nationwide.
To learn more about how American Fidelity can help you, contact us today at 800-654-8489.
Since 1982, American Fidelity has been rated "A+" (Superior) by A.M. Best Company. Considered one of the nation's leading insurance company rating services, A.M. Best bases its ratings on an analysis of the financial condition and operating performance of insurance companies in such vital areas as: Competency of Underwriting, Control of Expenses, Adequacy of Reserves, Soundness of Investments, and Capital Sufficiency.