Adult children and divorced or ineligible spouses can inflate the number of participants in your plan. In fact, if you're not auditing your dependent population, we've found that 3-5% of your participants shouldn't be covered by your insurance (we've even seen up to 15% in some cases).
A Kaiser Family Foundation study in 2015 showed the average family health insurance premium is $17,545 (versus $6,251 for single coverage).
The administration expenses add up, too.
So how do you provide the best coverage to eligible dependents while controlling costs? A dependent audit could save you at least $2,500 per plan member per year. Estimate your savings with our calculator.