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Building blocks A great advisor will be willing to work with your broker to help improve your existing plan instead of dismantling it and starting from scratch. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employers often operate under the misconception that getting a better benefits plan means getting a new benefits plan. While big changes are sometimes necessary for big improvements, some business owners may shy away from looking at new opportunities for their plan because they don’t want to get rid of their current plan or benefits broker. The truth, however, is that working with a benefits advisor can help increase the quality of your benefits and reduce your costs without requiring you to stop working with your broker or completely change your plan.

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