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About Us

We create benefits solutions that fit your business

SIG is an employee benefits firm dedicated to partnering with clients and delivering exceptional customer service. Today, we have over 40 licensed employees who service more than 400 corporate clients with employees located nationally and internationally, as well as engaging programs focused solely on the health and wellness of employees. The inspirational basis for SIG’s operating business principles is: “If you take care of Baltimore, Baltimore will take care of you.” This philosophy has instilled itself in the SIG culture and practice of all employees, and has made SIG one of the leading benefits consultants in the country. SIG has years of industry experience, which has given us an edge over the competition in the vast wealth of knowledge and resources we have gathered. Our employees are passionate about helping and forming long-lasting relationships with others, and when you partner with SIG, we become a true extension of your company.

 

Mission

SIG goes the extra mile to help navigate the healthcare system and marketplace for our clients in order to advise them on the creation of comprehensive benefits plans that align with their core values to maximize their investment while controlling their costs. Our team-oriented approach allows us to become an extension of our clients’ HR departments. Through our vast knowledge and resource base, we keep our clients educated and well informed with the ever-changing healthcare regulations and marketplace. 

Core Values

In order to create the organizational culture we desire, we embrace and embody the following core values:

  • Partnership 
  • Integrity
  • Creativity
  • Flexibility
  • Passion
  • Collaboration
  • Excellence

BAN Compliance Director Reviews the Cadillac Tax & Other ACA Provisions

Peter Marathas, the Compliance Director for the Benefit Advisors Network, reviews the importance of working with a BAN Smart Partner today to implement programs that will reduce costs, get premium spend down, and avoid some of the excise tax from the ACA provision commonly referred to as the Cadillac tax. Peter also discusses the critical role human capital and infrastructure play in tracking hours, staying in compliance, being prepared for audits, and other issues brought to the forefront by health care reform.

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