Marketplaces could boost sales of voluntary benefits

10/2/2013 | National Underwriter Life & Health

Publicly and privately run health insurance exchanges could be a boon to the voluntary-benefits market, experts say. Brokers and agents will seek ways to diversify in an effort to make up for falling health-insurance commissions, and voluntary benefits may fill the need. Moreover, many medical plans sold on exchanges will have high deductibles, and consumers in high-deductible plans tend to buy more gap-filling products.

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