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Articles from Benefits Selling (September 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
2011 employer survey. Mayer, Kathryn 2455
Brokers remain crucial to allaying employer fears. 284
Congress doubles down on the double dip. Storey, Denis 486
Docs: get annual mammograms at age 40. Mayer, Kathryn 390
Don't be afraid to cross-sell. Katz, Alan 593
Employers expect to add voluntary benefits. Mayer, Kathryn 163
Health care labor market slows down in second quarter. Mayer, Kathryn 223
Health spending expected to outpace GDP. Mayer, Kathryn 363
Here's a question. Case, Ingrid 1682
HSA participants more diligent 401(k) savers. Mayer, Kathryn 595
Mammas don't let your babies grow up to be brokers. Johnson, Eric 721
Paid vacation most common benefit. Mayer, Kathryn 309
Passive enrollment is a risk, experts say. Mayer, Kathryn 198
Segment sales: don't blame the broker. Brazzell, Bonnie; Lowerre, Gil 347
The entertainment value: how thinking like a consumer magazine will improve broker value. Epstein, Charles; Kane, Ja'Nene 1521
The science of choice: how to help employees make informed benefits decisions. Leopold, David 1526
Tougher than the rest. Storey, Denis Cover story 2389
Universal life insurance: source list. 4440
Universal life: the flexible option. Smart, Hugh 785
Want better life enrollment? Try communication. Pontecorvo, Stephen 733
What an employer wants. Traynor, Marty 605
What I've learned. Storey, Denis Interview 312

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