Filed Under:Markets, Employee Benefits

Brokers hope for nonmedical benefits growth

UBA says the traditional
UBA says the traditional "ancillary market" door openers may still open doors.

Marketers at some of the firms that belong to United Benefits Advisors (UBA) are hoping the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) will make 2013 a good year for sales of dental insurance, life insurance and other nonmedical employee benefits.

Mary Drueke, a benefits specialist at a UBA member firm in Omaha, Neb., talks about the state of the nonmedical benefits market in a commentary that UBA has included along with a preview of results from a UBA employer survey.

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