CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE GROUP INSURANCE PLAN
The Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan has been protecting Canadian firms for over 40 years. From Victoria to St. John’s, over 25,000 small to medium-sized businesses use the Chambers Plan to protect their employees with comprehensive group benefits including dental and health insurance – making it Canada’s #1 employee benefits plan for small business.
Thousands of small business owners join the Chambers Plan each year because it’s the simple, stable, smart choice for their business: combining accessibility, flexible options and pooled benefits that add stability to their employee benefits.
Firms stay with the Chambers Plan year after year because the Plan combines unsurpassed value with excellent customer service at the national and local levels.
Made For Small Business: Accessibility & Flexibility
Over 30,000 businesses purchase group benefits from the Chambers Plan. Comprehensive benefit packages apply to home-based businesses and small business firms – with no industry restrictions. For-profit businesses as small as one life are eligible for guaranteed coverage.
Flexible group plans are also available for larger firms with up to 35 employees. All plans start with employee life insurance. Your Chambers Plan advisor can help you select the right options for building as comprehensive a plan as you wish to meet your exact needs and fit your budget.
Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan
As the exclusive advisors we are happy and excited to be able to give you a full overview of the Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan, its unique advantages and how it fits ideally within the small and medium group market place.
YOUR PLAN. YOUR WAY.
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