Benefits to League Members and Employees

Members of the North Carolina League of Municipalities, and their employees, will find valuable advantages in working with Municipal Benefits, Inc. to address their supplemental insurance needs. From our knowledge and experience, to the quality benefits programs we offer, you will quickly find that your trust in us is well placed.

Recruitment and retention is an area that is sometimes overlooked when considering a program of supplemental insurance coverage for government employees. In fact, we have found that a quality program pays dividends for years to come as employees and applicants alike recognize the value of this coverage, and regard the organization as their most attractive employment opportunity..

The purchasing power of local governments in North Carolina is an asset that allows us to find the best possible value for your money. Our expertise in the supplemental insurance market, and our careful analysis of current products and services, guarantees that our presentations are accurate and complete, and that we have found the right combination to ensure your success.

Call us today! Phone Municipal Benefits, Inc. at (888) 624-1551

Benefits

  • 1 Voluntary Benefits
    Municipal Benefits will work with each local government to design a voluntary benefits plan that complements their existing benefits programs, keeping in mind the needs and budget of the client.
  • 2 Best Values
    Municipal Benefits will consistently review products, carriers and services to provide the best value. We shop the market for you.
  • 3 Recruitment and Retention
    The recruitment and retention of quality personnel will be enhanced via a more competitive and comprehensive menu of available voluntary benefits and other products.
  • 4 Purchasing Power
    By utilizing the purchasing power of the local governments in North Carolina, the employees will bnefit from significantly less expensive products than are being offered by traditional vendors.
  • 5 More Lenient Guidelines
    Underwriting guidelines will be more lenient, especially for small local governments.