As too many Americans know, unexpected medical costs due to a serious illness or medical issue can take a severe toll on their finances even when they have major medical coverage. Supplemental benefits are an essential piece of the insurance puzzle and provide an additional layer of financial protection when life takes an unexpected turn.
While no one can predict what the future will hold, life insurers make sure everyone can prepare for it.
83% of adults with moderate incomes view supplemental insurance benefits as valuable for financial protection.
89% of adults with moderate incomes say it’s important to have the option to protect against uncovered medical expenses.
85% of adults with moderate incomes say the federal government should protect Americans’ access to supplemental benefits.
Supplemental benefits are insurance policies that provide financial protection against expenses associated with accidents or illnesses not covered by major medical insurance. Learn more about the types of policies and the importance of these products.
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#DYK? Nearly six in 10 Americans don't have enough savings to cover a $500 unplanned expense. #SupplementalBenefits can help ease financial hardship by paying for things not covered by major medical insurance. https://www.acli.com/about-the-industry/supplemental-benefits
People shouldn’t have to choose between managing the costs of an illness or injury & managing savings. #SupplementalBenefits are paid directly to consumers, allowing them to get the financial protection they need. See how they fit into life’s puzzle: https://impact.acli.com/completing-lifes-puzzle/
Employers across the country offer #SupplementalBenefits to their employees to help them safeguard their savings and budgets. Watch to learn more: https://vimeo.com/764688911