BenefitsPRO Magazine-December 2013

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  • Turn the tide

    Paula Aven Gladych

    Set aside for a moment the fight in Washington, D.C., over stopgap spending legislation.

  • 401(k)s after the fall

    compiled by Denis Storey and designed by Joe Schlue

    In any given year, the change in a participants account balance is the sum of three factors

  • Ask me no questions...

    Denis Storey

    When are we going to get over Obamas lie and move on with picking up the pieces of this train wreck?

  • Forty-five and counting

    Marty Traynor

    The inspiration for this article is totally personaland is reflected in the title.

  • The gift that keeps on giving

    Christopher Carosa

    There are rumblings in Whoville that the next round of budget negotiations will take a huge bite out of retirement plans.

  • Carrier criteria

    Bonnie Brazzell and Gil Lowerre

    Eastbridge research has identified eight different types of voluntary producers.

  • Voluntary Takeoff 2014

    Katie Kuehner-Hebert

    Next year stands to be a pivotal year for employee benefits particularly as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act continues to shake out, likely propelling the sale of voluntary benefits products even further, experts say.

  • PPACA's pivotal point

    Nathan Solheim

    Its (finally) almost 2014 and that means a great deal for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Heres a look at whats ahead this coming year.

  • HealthCare.gov unplugged

    Amber May

    What went wrong with the federal exchange website and why? But maybe more importantly, what now?

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