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How Voluntary Benefits Help Women

In today's households with children, 40 percent have a breadwinner mom, and 84 percent of women say they make the insurance benefits decisions in the household.1

Voluntary insurance benefits help cover employees and their families when unexpected injuries and illnesses occur. Find out how you can help your employees protect their finances.

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1Sources:

  • Pew Research Center, “Breadwinner Moms.” Accessed December 2016.
  • Cigna, “2016 Voluntary Benefits Consumer Survey.” September 2016.

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