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Aflac + Working Mother Survey

Aflac understands there are many ways working mothers prefer to spend their time outside work, and while reviewing benefits options may not be at the top of the list, smart benefits choices are key to personal and financial health.

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In addition to their professional life, working mothers are often in charge of numerous household decisions, including choosing the family’s health care plan. In fact, women make approximately 80 percent of health care decisions in their families and take the lead role in choosing health plans.1 Aflac and Working Mother magazine recently partnered to determine how prepared working mothers are to pay their health insurance deductible should an unexpected illness or injury occur and what type of resources they have access to when making health care decisions.

Financial woes

Nearly half (49 percent) of working mothers surveyed do not have enough money to cover their health insurance deductible if they needed to do so today.

Drained savings

Sixty-two percent of working mothers who responded have never set aside money to save for their health insurance deductible, with 56 percent noting the reason they haven’t set aside money is because they do not have extra cash on hand to save for anything.

Family funds vs. family fun

More than half (54 percent) of working mothers surveyed have had to divert funds away from something else in order to pay medical expenses:

  • 56 percent diverted funds away from family vacations;
  • 49 percent from family activities such as date nights, sporting events, concerts or movies;
  • 23 percent from children’s holiday or birthday gifts; and
  • 21 percent from children’s college funds.

Top resources employers provide to help

Working mothers surveyed highlighted the following resources their employers provide to help them make better health care decisions:

  • Voluntary insurance (45 percent);
  • Employer funding of health savings account (HSA) to help meet insurance deductibles (35 percent); and
  • One-on-one meetings with a benefits consultant during open enrollment (33 percent).

See how Aflac’s voluntary insurance policies can help keep you and your family protected from the unexpected.

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