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Voluntary Benefits: Convenient, Cost-Effective Options for Employees Peace of Mind

As an employer, are you looking for an affordable way to provide a competitive benefits package for your employees?

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Combined Insurance Salutes the Heroes Behind the Heroes

There are all kinds of heroes. Obvious ones, like those who provide our first defense when our life or liberty is at risk, protect the public, fight fires, perform rescues and help us survive, even in the darkest of times like war or natural disaster. But there are others, quieter and hidden, courageously providing care for our wounded service members and Veterans. These support providers deliver an invaluable amount of essential care and services. They are often the unsung heroes when a serviceperson is sick or injured.

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Summer Internship Program Returns to Combined Insurance

This summer, Combined Insurance is excited to welcome 10 talented individuals to the 2016 Summer Internship Program. The interns are already immersing themselves into real hands-on experience after only a few weeks. We have interns in marketing, actuarial, legal, finance, business operations, strategic programs office, training and development, and worksite marketing.

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Military Veteran Finds Satisfaction in Helping His Clients Find the Right Combined Supplemental Insurance Policies

Whether serving his country or helping people choose the right supplemental insurance policies to suit their needs, the most satisfying part of Fred Stewart’s career has always been to help people live better, more secure lives.

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4 Common Summer Activities that Cause Back Muscle Strains and Sprains

Does the warm weather have you planning a landscaping or outdoor fixer-upper project?  Planning to take a long car trip or tackle those aggressive fitness goals?

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Spine Anatomy 101: How the Spine Can Cause Back Pain

Low back pain is the most common pain reported among American adults and back pain in general is the leading cause of disability in Americans under the age of 45.1  

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