Offering three options for medical insurance went over so well with employees at Open Enrollment that you are considering offering more options next year through a flexible benefit plan. You are concerned about the difficulty of administering the plan and also about adverse selection. Do some research on the pros and cons of flexible benefit plans. In approximately two pages, summarize your findings, discuss possible ways to solve the issues, and make your recommendation on whether to move forward with a flexible benefit plan for next year. Use at least two sources other than the eText. APA style is required.
- Your role is as that of a retirement planner. Your objective is to help your clients organize themselves in order to do some financial planning. In the real world, you would do so with clear step by step communication. Details on their income, expenses, assets and liabilities are provided in appendices. Clearly state what assumptions you need to make to complete your assignment. Complete this assignment in parts per the requirements listed below. Part 1 (5 marks out of 25) a) Estimate the CPP benefits that Jamie and Janine will receive when they are 62, (calculate the ratio of earnings to YMPE) and the OAS benefits they will receive at age 65, in future dollars. Show your calculations and list any assumptions you are making. Hint: you will need to make an assumption on future salary increases. You will also need to use the historical YMPE/YBE figures to complete.
- You are a healthcare professional who has researched the effects of environmental factors on population health. Because of your expertise in this field, you are presenting your findings at a global conference on environmental health issues. To prepare for this event, you have started to gather research and document the key issues you plan to present at the conference. PREWORK: Review the following videos about
- Assume that you are working in a community health department. The department has some federal money that it wants to allocate to two health promotion programs from the following: Decrease in deaths from cardiovascular disease Decrease in deaths from breast cancer Decrease in teenage pregnancy Decrease in cigarette smoking
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- ASSIGNMENT 2 Importance of Vaccination Mary’s one year old daughter is due to be given the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine during her next visit to the doctor. Mary is upset and concerned because one of her friend’s sons became ill after a similar vaccination. She has also heard rumors that MMR vaccine causes rubella. Mary was also told that her daughter will need to be vaccinated before Mary returns to work. Mary is not alone. Many parents fac