Gerber Life is an affiliate program of the Gerber Products Company, and offers parents different options to provide life insurance and financial security for their families. They currently have over three million policies throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico covering people of all ages.
Gerber Life's offers several different plans including the grow-up plan, Gerber life college plan, term life plan, whole life plan, guaranteed life burial expenses, and accident protection plan and their online services provide a worksheet that can easily be completed to help parents determine which of these plans will fit their needs the most.
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Question: What is an HRA and why would I use one?
An HRA is an acronym for Health Reimbursement Arrangement, which is essentially a tax-advantaged benefit that allows both employees and employers to save on the cost of healthcare. The HRA is employer funded and 100% tax deductible to the employer and tax-free for the employee.
HRAs are most commonly applied in conjunction with a high-deductible health plan, which is becoming more and more common amidst the climbing costs of health care. HRA
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