Benefit Advisors of Charleston has been serving businesses in the Charleston area since 2007. We work closely with small business owners to creatively structure coverage that rewards talent and saves money.
We don’t employ pushy sales tactics, and a Benefits Advisor would be happy to speak to you free of charge. Schedule a complimentary consultation to explore your coverage options.
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"Thomas DiLigero went above and beyond to provide individual health care coverage to our employees when group insurance was no longer an option, where other agents simply gave up on us. He consistently provides updates on new insurance regulation and policy changes. We would highly recommend him to anyone looking for insurance coverage. He is honest, conscientious, and compassionate to our needs.”
– Office Staff, Charleston Rubber & Gasket
"I spoke to Tom [at Charleston Benefit Advisors], and he was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. Gave me some ideas to look into that I had not thought of when it comes to using ACA. Friendly, approachable. Very thankful he took the time to speak to me. Not a salesman...someone who genuinely wants to assist.”
– Nikki Nickliovich, Personal Trainer
“Tom has been our benefits advisor for many years and has advised us as our firm went through an organizational change, helped us with the challenges of ACA compliance, and has been a reliable advocate when communicating with our dental carrier regarding coverage. He has been dedicated and selfless in the implementation and service of our benefits package and would recommend him to anyone looking for help with their corporate benefits plan”
– Arlene Colema, Coletrane and Wilkins, LLC
“Tom was a great help during a difficult transition with our previous insurance carrier. He laid out a clear path forward for our benefits plan and put all of our employees on solid footing with their medical insurance while keeping my company’s cost in check. I would recommend Tom to any individual or business looking to improve benefits and control cost”