The Clintons are affiliated with at least three different filing entities, and Trump is affiliated with at least five entities that have his name, and his name, only.
Here’s a peek at a sampling of data from 2015 5500 filing data from 5500s and Form 5500 Schedule A filings for the William J. Clinton Foundation Group Benefit Plan and the Chicago-based Trump Commercial Chicago Health and Welfare Plan, two entities with headquarters addresses in the Midwest.
Two takeaways: Trump might be tender-hearted enough to value employee assistance programs, and Clinton might be conscious enough of problems with high employee out-of-pocket costs to know that some consumers want supplemental health benefits.
The Clinton Foundation reported offering the following benefits:
A Cigna unit provided health coverage, dental coverage and evacuation benefits for 11 people at the end of 2015. The insurer received $118,440 in payments. The broker received $10,463 in commissions.
Unimerica Insurance Company provided stop-loss coverage for benefits for 296 people. The insurer received $291,859 in payments. . The broker received $11,674 in commissions.
Life Insurance Co. of America provided life, disability and accidental death & dismemberment coverage for 11 people at the end of 2015. The insurer received $6,007 in premiums. The broker received $677 in commissions.
Transamerica Life Insurance Co. provided accident insurance and cancer insurance, or gap filler insurance, for 34 people at the end of 2015. It received $6,767 in premiums. The broker received $817 in commissions.
Vision Service Plan provided vision coverage for 199 people at the end of 2015. It received $25,430 in payments. The broker received $1,269 in commissions.
Trump Commercial reported offering the following benefits:
Aetna provided life insurance, short-term disability insurance, long-term disability insurance and AD&D coverage for 396 people at the end of 2015. It received $123,511 in premiums. The broker received $7,175 in commissions.
Cigna provided dental coverage for 358 people at the end of 2015. It received $181,544 in premiums. The broker received $21,015 in commissions.
UnitedHealth provided health coverage and vision coverage for 592 people at the end of 2015. It received $2.8 million in premiums. Brokers received $1,651 in commissions and $83,979 in fees.
Magellan Health Services ran an employee assistance program that served 423 people at the end of 2015. It received $8,084 in payments. The broker received $970 in commissions.
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