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Health benefits cost employers more than retirement benefits, according to the United States Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber’s 2007 Employee Benefits Study found medical benefits cost 12.1 percent of an employer’s benefits expenditures, while retirement benefits cost 10.4 percent. Time off cost 9.8 percent of benefit costs.

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