Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) March 25, 2015
Forbes Inc., a leading internet source for the most trusted business news, and financial information, features Zane Benefits’ CEO Rick Lindquist who discusses his new book on March 11, 2015 “The End of Employer-Provided Health Insurance.”
The article showcases Lindquists’ industry predictions over the next two years. Lindquist demonstrates how small businesses and employees can profit from healthcare reform, while simultaneously helping employees enjoy cheaper, better quality, and safer health insurance that can be customized to their specific medical needs and family situations. Furthermore, this type of coverage is permanent and remains with the employee upon separation from the company.
Forbes, the number one business news source in the world, is among the most trusted resources for senior business executives, providing them the real-time reporting, uncompromising commentary and concise analysis. Forbes offers relevant tools and community small businesses need to succeed at work, profit from investing, and enjoy the rewards of winning.
For more information visit: ZaneBenefits.com and Forbes.com
EDITORS NOTE: Rick Lindquist is available for questions from the media through Zane Benefits. Contact Leah Bergersen at 435-659-2921 or leah(dot)bergersen(at)zanebenefits(dot)com
About the Authors:
Paul Zane Pilzer is The New York Times best-selling author of 11 books, a former professor at NYU, and has served as an economist in two White House administrations. He is also the founder of six companies including the two largest U.S. suppliers of personalized employee health benefits, Extend Health (1999) and Zane Benefits (2006).
Rick Lindquist is CEO and President of Zane Benefits, Inc., the U.S. leader in individual health insurance reimbursement for small businesses. Zane Benefits’ software has been featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times. He is a regular contributor to leading health benefits publications, including ClarifyingHealth.com.