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Two-income families have to saunter all the way through the reimbursement that each employer offers and figure out whether it makes logic to cover up the entire family in one plan or wrap each employee beneath his or her own plan. for the reason that coverage’s are altering considerably every year, the conclusion you finished last year might not be the best one this year, said Kirby Bosley, a healthcare consultant at Watson Wyatt Worldwide in Universal City. Employers more and more are subsidizing more of the cost of worker-only coverage - or coverage of the employee plus children - than of coverage that includes a spouse. Therefore, it could be cheaper to cover one spouse and the children under one plan and the other spouse under another plan.