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Kathleen Sebelius made a career out of praising, touting and defending the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The expo, held April 1-3 in Colorado Springs, Colo., followed the March 31 deadline of open enrollment in PPACA plans.
Two years ago an employer survey found that 58 percent of businesses said theyre willing to drop dental and vision insurance if they need the money to go toward medical.
Everybody loves an exciting finish. Remember the end of the Alabama/Auburn game this past season when a field goal attempt returned 108 yards for a touchdown?
There's a lot of buzz in the benefits world about change.
Kathleen Sebelius is gone.
Voluntary benefits grew 9 percent in 2013, totaling $4.3 billion, LIMRA data finds.
Being named Benefits Selling's 2013 Broker of the Year had more of an impact on Aaron Davis than he thought.
There are two ERISA requirements that, for the most part, employers are just not meeting.
May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month, a time for brokers to reinforce the need for disability benefits with their clients.
Bonnie Brazzell and Gil Lowerre
Years ago, voluntary represented a (relatively) new approach to benefits, and it had seemingly unlimited potential in terms of new account prospects.
If youve ever addressed a large group of people, you know it can be difficultif not impossibleto connect with everyone in the room.
I found myself yelling at the TV again.
Mark Twain once famously said there are Lies, damned lies and statistics.
Those who enrolled in health coverage through the public exchanges aren't as healthy as some would like.
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Confidence reboundsfor those with retirement plans
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care act is creating enormous opportunities for brokers to sell supplemental plans, not only to help cover increasing deductibles in employer-based and exchange-based plans, but also as a cheaper alternative to both.