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As costs rise, employees are considering tightening their benefits budgets. Consumers are willing to spend a median $120 monthly on benefits, not including retirement savings, this year. That is down $50 from the previous 2 years, according to new data from LIMRA's 2024 BEAT Study: Benefits and Employee Attitude Tracker.

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