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Advanced Benefits Group, LLC

Advanced Benefits Group, LLC has been providing solutions for employee benefit needs since 2007, when Chris Ward gave up his partnership in a large insurance agency to start his own business. At Advanced Benefits Group, we pride ourselves in our exceptional customer service above all else. We partner with our clients and serve as their advisor, advocate, and consultant to guide them through the complexities of employee benefits and help them develop and maintain a superior employee benefits program that their staff understands and appreciates. Our clients don't waste their valuable time on hold with insurance companies; they make one phone call and trust us to handle all of their service-related issues, resolve billing problems, handle claims issues, process additions and deletions of employees and dependents, and help with general administrative issues. We review our clients' benefits packages throughout the year, present and explain plan options prior to the renewals, and conduct annual employee open enrollment meetings. Our ultimate goal is to provide the absolute best customer service and leave our clients and their employees satisfied that they have an experienced, knowledgeable and efficient partner to rely on.

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