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Deland, Gibson Adds Employee Benefits Consultant

WELLESLEY HILLS, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/20/14 -- Deland, Gibson Insurance Associates, Inc. (DG), a Massachusetts Insurance Agency, has hired Margaret Short to head its Employee Benefits Division. Ms. Short comes to Deland, Gibson with over ten years experience in delivering leading-edge education and products to her clients. DG's benefits department will now offer greater bandwidth, working with all size firms to provide specialized consulting, education and product offerings for employee benefits including group health, life and disability.

Chip Gibson, Vice President of Deland, Gibson Insurance, remarked, "The landscape of employee benefits is rapidly changing. In our efforts to proactively manage our clients' risk we have added Ms. Short, to better educate and protect our clientele on emerging risks, the Affordable Care Act and how to navigate new and changing compliance issues."

Ms. Short will also aid in guiding clients through COBRA, HIPAA, compliance, payroll and other Human Resources functions utilizing DG's portal: ThinkHR.

About Deland, Gibson Insurance

A Trusted Choice and Five Star Accredited independent insurance agency, Deland, Gibson works as a trusted advisor with their clients to lower their Total Cost of Risk. DG utilizes The Deland, Gibson Difference, its proprietary process to identify, organize and address risk. With this, DG will mitigate, prevent, transfer, assume and finance areas of business, hazard, or strategic risk. DG aspires to be long-term business partners, advising and helping clients to make important decisions regarding risk.

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