More than 90% of large employers sponsor at least one voluntary benefit.

–The Voluntary Benefits Report Card, LIMRA (2007). Author: Ronald Neyer

Employee voluntary benefits insurance is an integral part of today’s benefit packages

Today’s economy and resulting budget cuts are causing employers to strategically reassess their employee benefit plans.

What does this mean? That 63% of them plan to increase employee contributions, such as out-of-pocket maximums and deductibles.1 This causes more financial exposure for employees as insurance coverage gaps widen even further - and creates a need we can work with you to solve.

Help your clients bridge the insurance coverage gap.

You can help your clients bridge this coverage gap with a voluntary supplemental health insurance product.

Voluntary benefits are insurance policies, such as accident, life, disability or critical illness insurance, for which employees pay 100 percent of the premium through payroll deduction.

Ready to learn more?


Contact your Trustmark regional sales director today.

1 National Business Group on Health 2010