Learning Your "Employee Benefits Score"
Lykes Insurance Advises Employers on Their Employee Benefits Programs
TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- We're all familiar with our personal and corporate credit scores and the impact they have on our interest rates and purchasing power. In fact, if you knew you would be making a major purchase at the end of the year, you would probably check your credit score to be sure you were ready and would get the best interest rate. If your score was lower than you'd like, you'd want to know what can be done. You'd learn that correcting credit issues takes time, so you'd start right away.
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