Why Should You Add Supplemental Insurance?
In the past, health insurance was enough to protect us against financial pitfalls. But since 2006, workers’ deductibles and coinsurance are growing faster than what is paid by health insurance. Consumers are faced with more financial exposure than ever before, and the trends are continuing in the same upward direction.
Supplemental insurance fills gaps left by those deductibles and coinsurance. Because supplemental insurance pays cash to consumers, it allows them to apply the money to the areas they see fit. And because most supplemental insurance is rate-locked and part of national risk pools, it provides protection at a predictable, stable rate.
Krump Benefit Consulting offers many types of supplemental insurance. Learn more below, or contact us today.