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Aflac Survey Finds Low Savings Among Workers to Cover Medical Expenses

Photo credit: Renjith Krishnan
Photo credit: Renjith Krishnan

More than half of workers in the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg area have less than $1,000 in savings to cover unexpected medical expenses, according to new research.

Aflac, Columbus, Ga., published this finding in “2012 Aflac WorkForces Report,” which summarizes an online survey of nearly 1,900 benefits decision-makers and more than 6,100 U.S. workers. Conducted by Research Now on behalf of Aflac, the reports contains both employer and employee research.

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