Access Group Employee Benefit Programs

Group Employee Benefits

A major benefit of Washington Automotive Industry Association membership is access to quality employee benefit programs including:

Medical – Dental – Vision – Life – Disability
Supplemental coverages (intensive care, cancer, accident)

WAIA works with the best carriers available for the various coverages:

UnitedHealthcare – Regence BlueShield – Asuris Northwest Health – Premera Blue Cross – Group Health

Washington Dental Service – Colonial Life & Accident
Ameritas Dental Plans – Vision Service Plan

WAIA Health Trust – Premera Blue Cross


WAIA also works closely with licensed agents of various benefit plans and carriers to provide you with no-cost, no-obligation comparisons of plans available to you.

Do You Want A No-Obligation Quote?

Print and complete the WAIA Req for Quote and fax to 425-402-9291 or

Give us a call at 800-562-6520.

Senior Products – Retirement Readiness and Senior Insurances

Contact:   Stacey McKenzie, Cornerstone Insurance Group    206-362-8770

Cornerstone Insurance Group specializes in senior products, providing personalized recommendations relating to Medicare planning, Long Term Care planning, Final Expenses and Asset Protection.  Stacey has been fortunate to serve many happy clients and has experienced first-hand how insurance benefits play an instrumental role in the financial security and peace of mind of individuals and their families.

Stacey represents several recognized insurance companies and plans that are available in the area.  She is available to help you make the most educated choice to meet your needs.  You can be confident of receiving the highest level of ethical and professional service.

2020 HSA Guidelines Released

The 2020 health savings account (HSA) guidelines were recently released by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). These guidelines outline the inflation-adjusted contribution, deductible, and out-of-pocket spending limits for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) for calendar year 2020.

2020 HSA Overview

Minimum deductible:

    • $1,400 for self-only coverage (versus $1,350 in 2019)
    • $2,800 for family coverage (versus $2,700 in 2019)

Out-of-pocket maximum:  The health plan must have a limit on out-of-pocket medical expenses that you are required to pay.  Out-of-pocket expenses include deductibles, copayments and other amounts, but don’t include premiums:

      • $6,900 for self-only coverage (versus $6,750 in 2019)
      • $13,800 for family coverage  (versus $13,500 in 2019)
  •  HSA contribution limits:
    • $3,550 for self-only coverage (versus $3,500 in 2019)
    • $7,100 for family coverage (versus $7,000 in 2019)
    • The annual “catch-up” contribution amount for individuals age 55 or older will remain $1,000.