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When benefits professionals are asked their favorite thingsabout working in the employee benefits business, most offer avariation of the same thing: the pleasure and satisfaction thatcomes with helping people afford their health care and get thebenefits they need.

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Very few advisors site paperwork, prospecting or bookkeeping.

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Running the business side of things is a chore for manyadvisors. Some are lucky enough to have someone else doing to thehousekeeping for them, but not all.

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For those of you who find you've been slacking on theadministrative side lately, here are a few tips to get back ontrack:

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