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Re: Does your employer offer good benefits?

Brigat ·
The job I retired from had excellent benefits.
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PolarMoney ·
I went from having a great health insurance to a high deductible marginal insurance. Yes, I do have an HSA, but I can't ever keep much in it due to the upfront costs of such a plan. US healthcare still broken.
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KellyFromKeene ·
Our benefits are good, but the retirement is fantastic! I have no intention of leaving- I love my job and the company.
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Big Lew ·
I voted yes, real good, free health insurance for the employee, for as long as you work there, plus when you retire you also get to keep the health insurance, still free for life. You get a monthly pension check for life, and reduced dental insurance, I pay just $9.59 a month, Plus if you're a smoker like I am, you get a cancer insurance policy, I pay $30 a month for it. That dollar amount comes out of one's monthly pay/pension check after they retire. As an added bonus, $5,000 burial...
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Angela Urbistondo ·
My current employer has very good benefits.
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Sybil O ·
I have great benefits! I work in the field and I drive a company car, have company insurance, use a company credit car for upkeep and gas. No wear and tear on my vehicle anymore!! I Just got my 2nd COLA raise and a yearly merit raise! I get my 403-B matched by the company which I am maxing out. Several times over the past year we have received bonuses for certain company goals achieved. I get paid for taking online training courses. The company pays part of a fitness membership and has a...
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Does your employer offer good benefits?

The Penny Hoarder ·
Are Your Employee Benefits Good or Bad? Having a job you love is one thing. But one aspect that might make you love your job a lot more is if it offers great employee benefits, potentially saving you thousands a year in health insurance costs in addition to other great perks like generous PTO, life insurance and retirement contributions. Would you swap jobs solely because a new potential employer offers better benefits? Do you think your current employer should offer better job benefits?
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