The mid-size market is a bright spot for voluntary sales in an otherwise stagnant economy, according to LIMRA research.

While the number of overall voluntary benefit offerings remained steady during the recession, products were more readily available to employers with 100 to 199 employees — compared to 2002 numbers, says Ron Neyer, assistant research director, LIMRA product research.

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