KANSAS CITY, Mo. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Forrest T. Jones & Company (FTJ) has recently partnered with American Fidelity Assurance Company (American Fidelity) to expand and enhance Missouri public school districts’ benefit programs and services. Combined, FTJ and American Fidelity currently serve over 275 Missouri Public school districts, providing a clear, complete and compliant employee benefit package with local personalized service.
A family-owned company founded in 1953, FTJ is a national Group Insurance, Retirement Plan and Third Party Administrator with a solid foundation built to serve the long-term needs of the Missouri education community. FTJ is also the Third Party Administrator of Missouri’s largest statewide, self-funded health plan for educators, the Missouri Educators Unified Health Plan, serving 113 school districts.
FTJ is delighted to partner with another family-owned company, American Fidelity, also a strong supporter of the education community. American Fidelity provides Section 125 services to over 3,500 school districts nationwide. FTJ will dedicate its experienced resources and consolidated billing service in assisting districts with their core medical, life, dental, vision and 403(b) retirement savings plans.
American Fidelity will apply its proven expertise in Section 125, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts and Health Care Reform Services in providing supplemental programs to round out the complete employee benefit package.
Now more than ever, school districts need quality benefits to attract and retain the best staff possible. FTJ and American Fidelity are dedicated to working together to provide an employee benefit package with an emphasis on stability, value, and great personal service designed with Missouri School Districts and the education community in mind.
For more information visit: http://www.ftj.com/ and http://www.americanfidelity.com/ .
This version of news story is Copr. © 2014 eNewsChannels™ (www.enewschannels.com) and the Neotrope® News Network – all commercial and reprint rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction in whole or in part without express permission is prohibited.