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Fringe Benefits for Employers and Employees

6/18/2017

Guest(s): Elliot Dinkin, Cowden Associates

Fringe Benefits for Employers and Employees

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On this episode, we speak with Elliot Dinkin, president of Cowden and Associates. Elliot is an expert in the employee benefits field. As the owner of his company, he also understands both the employee and the employer perspective.

Everyone is affected by their organization’s fringe benefit package: whether employer, employee or family member of an employee. The fringe benefit package strives to keep the family protected and financially secure in a risky world. An insufficient or inaccurate understanding of coverage can come at a cost, both in dollars and in missed opportunities.

Cowden and Associates is not affiliated with LPL Financial.

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