What We do
We offer the very best plans to protect the health of your employees, including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, wellness and more.
Whether you are a large or small employer, Tarpey Group offers an expert compliance team to help you stay ahead of the game.
We provide HR support that helps organizations protect and develop their most valuable resources – their people.
If your organization employs individuals nearing 65, our Medicare resource can provide them with the education and guidance they need and want.
Our approach is simple.
Caring for our clients, their employees, and their needs – today and tomorrow.
Tarpey Group has been providing a wide array of employee benefit services and solutions for over 18 years. We take the time to understand our client’s needs and objectives then develop a customized plan to help control your insurance costs – all this, while delivering personalized customer service and compliance expertise. We see our relationship with our customers as a long-term partnership.
Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010, premiums rose about 4.1 percent every year. Have you developed effective strategies to contain your health care costs?
58% of small to mid-size employers have yet to assess whether they will be affected by the 40% excise tax (levied upon insurers but certain to be passed on to employers)
Over 44% of HR managers have trouble keeping up with changing employment laws.
With under 90 days left until Obamacare’s government-run health exchanges are due to begin, Web insurers are “still being locked out of” offering plans on the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges. This lag could potentially “depress enrollments, and jack up insurance rates.” At this point, no Federally-run, state-based, or partnership exchanges have “given ehealthinsurance.com and[…]
The goals of the Affordable Care Act are to make insurance more accessible and affordable, to allow people to pay for quality instead of quantity of care, and to find sustainable funding to pay for reform provisions. However, there are 3 ways in which the ACA will add up to higher costs. 1. New Benefit[…]
Brian Tarpey of the Tarpey Group at the MDRT Excalibur Knight pinning ceremony. Pictured with him are John Nichols (a fellow Excalibur Knight), Gil Haggart (President of the MDRT Foundation), and India Ehioba (Executive Director of the MDRT Foundation). The Excalibur Society comprises the highest level of donors to the MDRT Foundation: Excalibur Knight. […]
The number of insurers that offer non-group plans to consumers this fall in state-run health insurance exchanges will be much greater than the current number, according to an analysis from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). RWJF’s State Health Reform Assistance Network compared insurers offering plans prior to national health reform with insurers applying to operate in[…]
On June 5th, 2013, The Tarpey Group attended The Children’s Therapy Center’s annual gala. As a silver sponsor, The Tarpey Group contributed towards helping The Children’s Therapy Center in providing educational and therapeutic services for children with developmental disabilities. The Center was incorporated as the Cerebral Palsy Center of Bergen County, New Jersey, on March[…]
What exactly is health care reform and how will it impact 2013? The Health Care Reform bill, or Patient Protection and Affordable Care act, was approved by Congress to be rolled out in stages over the next 10 years. Here is what is in store for 2013. Flexible Spending Account (FSA) contributions will be limited[…]
The Obama Administration has released a final decision about changes to employer-sponsored wellness programs. Similar to the proposed rule released last winter, this rule will increase the maximum allowable reward for a health-contingent bona fide wellness program from 20% of premium value to 30%. Additionally, for wellness programs that are designed to prevent tobacco use,[…]
Brian Tarpey of the Tarpey Group presented Youth Consultation Service’s George Washington School with a $10,000 grant check, provided by the Million Dollar Round Table Foundation, to support Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Hurricane Sandy brought unthinkable devastation to several areas of New Jersey, including the George Washington School. We hope that this grant will support[…]
HHS’ announcement of its second round of healthcare innovation funding under the Affordable Care Act receives scattered coverage, including a major wire source and a national website. A handful of these sources quote statements made by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. Reuters reports that on Wednesday HHS unveiled a $1 billion effort to fund healthcare innovations that cut[…]
In a recent article, Reuters reports on the lack of interest shown by the nation’s largest insurers to join the Affordable Care Act’s new exchanges, which are set to begin enrolling people in October. According to the article, this means that in many states, there will be no added competition, a central tenet of Obama’s law. Recently,[…]