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Voluntary Insurance: Go with the Group or Go it Alone?
Step Off the Health Insurance Merry-Go-Round with Six Key Voluntary Benefits
Voluntary Insurance 101
Hospital Indemnity Plans Take the Sting Out of Hospital Bills
Accident Insurance Helps Provide a Financial Safety Net
Disability Insurance: Protecting Your Employees Means Protecting Your Business

Voluntary Insurance: Go with the Group or Go it Alone?

Most employer-paid health insurance benefits, including major medical coverage, fall into “the more the merrier” category, with employees enrolling in group plans. But when it comes to voluntary coverage, both group and individual policies have distinct advantages, and employers can choose to provide workers with access to one or the other – or even both. The advantages of voluntary insurance are clear, but it’s up to employers to decide what type of coverage they’ll make available to workers. Read the article.

Step Off the Health Insurance Merry-Go-Round with Six Key Voluntary Benefits

Employers, workers and benefits experts are dizzy from the merry-go-round of changes to the way health care benefits are purchased, delivered and paid for. Many companies are seeking ways to control their benefits-related spending. Employee-paid voluntary health insurance policies are one way businesses can trim expenses while providing workers with access to needed coverage. Take a look at six key voluntary options. Read the story.

Voluntary Insurance 101

Voluntary insurance offers the workforce a way to stay ahead of the medical and out-of-pocket expenses that add up so quickly after an accidental injury or illness. This booklet addresses commonly asked questions regarding the relevance of voluntary insurance, as well as who needs these policies, what is covered in them and a quick look at four popular policies. Read the article

Hospital Indemnity Plans Take the Sting Out of Hospital Bills

The high cost of hospital stays combined with the likelihood for any individual to require one in their lifetime, is driving a growing need for supplemental hospital indemnity insurance. Learn more about hospital indemnity insurance, what it is and how it can help cover costs major medical doesn’t. Read the article.

Accident Insurance Helps Provide a Financial Safety Net

Accidents happen. A common phrase tossed around, but a reality that can happen to anyone at any time. While major medical insurance may pay some costs, most people have expenses after an accident they never thought about before. From out-of-pocket medical costs to a temporary loss of income, a wide range of expenses can put a strain on your finances. Read the article.

Disability Insurance: Protecting Your Employees Means Protecting Your Business

As an employer, you have procedures in place to help employees overcome workplace concerns, but you may sometimes wonder what you can do to help them overcome personal challenges. Did you know that one of the most meaningful things you can do for your workers is provide a robust benefits package that includes disability insurance? It's true: 38 percent of workers surveyed as part of Aflac's 2013 WorkForces Report said that by offering strong benefits, employers signal they care about their employees' well-being. And workers who believe their employers care about them stay in their jobs longer and are more loyal and productive. Read the article.