1 - 25 employees
Seed
Consumer
eCommerce & Marketplaces
Enterprise Software / SaaS

Catch Company Overview

Catch is creating a new safety net that is accessible, affordable, and effective.

The future of work looks different. People are opting out of the traditional 9 to 5 in favor of more flexibility and freedom. Getting benefits from an employer often no longer makes sense, and staying covered on your own is more difficult than ever before.

At Catch, we’re redesigning benefits for the people. No middle man. No rigid terms. You can set up and customize your own plan based on what you need. We use technology to track your income, prepare for the unexpected, and make sure you’re protected today and in the future. Taxes? Handled. Health Insurance? Covered. Retirement? You’re on your way.

Check out our coverage on TechCrunch:

Gig workers need health & benefits - Catch is their safety net

Jobs at Catch

 
1 Jobs Listed
Boston
Catch is creating the first personal, portable benefits platform built for the future of work. We serve people who don't get benefits from an employer: freelancers, contractors, gigsters, part-time and other non-traditional workers who need a safety net. Were looking for driven and mission-forward people to help us reimagine the tax, retirement, and health insurance systems in the U.S. to be simple, modern, and integrated. Working at Catch Reinventing the core benefits system and safety net thats been in place for the last 70 years isnt an easy task and its certainly not something that...
UX & Design
131 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111

Blog

January 13, 2020
Take a deep breath. We've got everything you need to know to avoid a five-figure tax bill you didn't expect....
December 7, 2019
Things change year over year. Make sure you know what your current plan looks like in 2020 to avoid a mismatch of expectations. ...
December 1, 2019
Set aside for health expenses each time you get paid....
October 31, 2019
What you need to know to get your 2020 health insurance plan...
September 22, 2019
Why it matters that you've got the right work type, and how to report misclassification...