UmbrellaCare Has You Covered!
Even if you have never been able to offer affordable company health benefits before, now you can cover yourself and your workers at a remarkably great price!
Small Business Drives America
Over 99% of the companies in the United States are small businesses.
Most of these companies (88%) have less than 20 employees. At the same time, 36% of the U.S. workforce currently participates in freelance work.
Many of these workers cannot get high-quality, affordable health benefits!
Inability to Offer Good Health Benefits Hurts Business
UmbrellaCare for Small Business
It’s Umbrella’s mission to help companies grow in every way we can. We are proud to offer UmbrellaCare: affordable, reliable health benefits created specifically for small businesses.
Get the Health Benefits You and Your Workers Deserve
Get the small business health benefits that you, your family and your workers deserve. Contact Umbrella through our website or call us at 1(646) 440-1426 right now. Don’t play healthcare roulette for another day!
Registration for UmbrellaCare is open at limited times throughout the year.
Yes, as a freelancer you are eligible for UmbrellaCare. You do not have to get it through one of your client companies.
UmbrellaCare can cover the family of a worker for an additional fee.
Yes, you are eligible for UmbrellaCare regardless of the status of your company.
It’s up to you. You can if you want. Or you can just offer them UmbrellaCare as an amazing option for affordable health benefits, and they can pay themselves.
Dan Trumble has been such a great sport to work with! Even before I was deciding if I should hire Dan or not. He was always willing to answer my questions and help me whenever needed. I highly recommend Dan and his Umbrella Local team for a digital marketing project. You will without doubt gain lots of knowledge from him! I definitely have learned so much and even till this day, I’m still learning from him!
The Holiday Shopping Season Is Almost Upon Us! The holiday season is almost upon us. You already know that many retailers and ecommerce sites make a good chunk of their money during the holiday shopping season, up to 30%. And this year, it’s expected to be robust. eMarketer expects retail holiday spending to increase by […]Read More