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  • Top 10 states for Thanksgiving Day grease and cooking fires

    The next time your clients ask why they should offer employees home insurance, check where they live. From 2009 to 2013, these states have seen the most cooking-related insurance claims during the holiday week. Texas, which led this list in previous years, has reported no Thanksgiving cooking-related fires since 2012.

  • Mobile tech platforms aim to transform health care

    Commentary: Smartphone apps improve adherence and plan member health, and brokers can serve as catalyst for change in this new environment.

  • Top brokerages share why they’re invested in exchanges (or not)

    Perhaps the hottest trend in benefits right now is the exchange distribution model. In EBA’s ongoing series of discussions with heads of the country’s top brokerages, these leaders share their approach to the exchange system and how they see private exchanges impacting the future of benefits.

  • Benefit experts to discuss outlook for 2015

    What health, retirement, technology, voluntary, and wellness issues will benefit professionals be wrestling with next year? The editors of Employee Benefit Adviser and Employee Benefit News have put together a web seminar series with top benefit experts to offer insights on the biggest 2015 trends.

  • EBA’s 2014 Advisers of the Year: ‘Know your audience’

    Health care reform is presenting the “biggest challenge” in more than 30 years in employee benefit advising, say EBA’s advisers of the year. Watch as the best of the best, Employee Benefit Adviser’s 2014 Advisers of the Year in health, voluntary and retirement discuss the top issues for 2015 and provide tips for those looking to enter the industry.

  • 14 reasons for advisers to be thankful

    From helping people save for retirement to guiding employers through the intricacies of the ACA to working with top-notch peers, employee benefit brokers and advisers share what they are thankful for this holiday season.

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  • Agents ‘can’t do this for free’ on exchanges

    Galen Institute’s Grace-Marie Turner talked about conservatives’ view of both employers and brokers at a recent Washington policy conference on health reform alternatives. She shares her conclusions on the Affordable Care Act, next steps on broker compensation, and more.

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