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Please see information below for voluntary benefits that are offered to you:


Universal life insurance with long term care


Mature Michelle’s story

Michelle’s employer provides a basic amount of term life insurance. That might have been enough when she was carefree and single. Now, Michelle has a family, a mortgage and other responsibilities. She wants to make sure they will all be taken care of if she dies. Michelle’s employer offers a Universal Life insurance plan that even goes with Michelle if she were to stop working there. Michelle sees this as a great opportunity to get the coverage that he needs at an amount that he can afford. Michelle is a 36 year old non-smoker and choses to enroll in $50,000 for herself and $30,000 for her spouse who is a 37 year old non-smoker, the total premium for both of their plans together is $40.44 per pay period. Now Michelle and her husband can sleep peacefully at night.


Accident coverage


Active Eric’s story

Eric is a single guy who likes to have fun during his spare time. For fun Eric gets together with his buddies on the weekend and plays some pickup basketball games at the local park. Eric knows the risk he takes by going out and playing a contact sport at age 28. Eric is smart and has medical insurance but he knows that is not always enough. Unfortunately for Eric the risk finally presented itself by him tripping over one of his teammates feet while running down the court. He has to go to the emergency room and he was diagnosed with a torn knee ligament and a broken toe. Eric had one lucky break — his voluntary accident insurance paid him $600. That is a lot of money that he now does not have to pay out of his own pocket.

For approximately $8.16 per pay period, Eric has accident coverage to meet his needs.



Critical illness with cancer coverage


Loving Laura’s story

Laura was planning her daughter’s wedding when a stroke disrupted her plans. Thanks to her critical illness coverage she received $15,000 from the critical illness provider and was able to afford the treatment that her medical insurance did not cover. Laura was also able to continue to help plan her daughters wedding because she did not have to stress about affording treatment. She was able to focus on her goal for recovery; to dance at her daughter’s wedding. Laura is so thankful that she enrolled in this plan when she was 42 years old as a non-smoker.

She was able to lock her premiums in at $12.89 per pay period.



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