Our ability to accomplish our goals and delight our customers and partners is based on the people we hire. We continue to be successful because of the diversity, skills, ideas, talent, and enthusiasm of our people. You’ll find a true commitment to excellence among Sterling employees.
We’re looking for individuals who are adaptable, self-motivated, passionate, creative team players. We currently have two open large group sales positions, one based in Northern California (San Francisco) and one based in Southern California (Los Angeles).
Contact Chris Bettner, Executive Vice President of Business Development, if you have excellent broker and consultant relationships in the respective region, love a challenge and are interested in making a difference with a spirited, high touch, entrepreneurial company.
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Maximize your tax-deductible Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution for 2013 for greater long-term savings. The last day to do so is April 15, 2014.
You and your employer can contribute in total up to $3,250, if you’re under 55 years of age and have single HSA compatible health coverage, and up to $6,450 if you are under 55 years of age and have family HSA compatible health coverage.
If you are 55 years old and over and not receiving Medicare benefits, then you may also contribute an additional “catch-up” contribution of $1,000. Your spouse is also entitled to a catch-up contribution if he/she meets the eligibility requirements noted above. For your spouse to make the catch-up contribution, he/she will need to open a spousal HSA account. It’s a quick and easy process and we’d be happy to help. Contact us at 800.617.4729 or email@example.com.
Please note: If you add to your HSA account for the 2013 tax year up, you will need to add those contributions to what is listed on your 2013 statement when you prepare your tax return.
As an employer, once you’ve created your new HSA account at www.sterlinghsa.com and registered for access you can begin enrolling your employees into their individual accounts. This video details the step-by-step process.
Learn more about Health Savings Accounts.
What is an HSA (Health Savings Account) and how does it work?
To learn more about Health Savings Accounts, click here.