Meeting the challenge

In a year of profound change, 'flat' became the new 'up' in 2010. What lies in store for benefit advisers next year?

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By John Ortman
December 1, 2010

The year that is drawing to a close just might be remembered by benefit professionals as the most challenging one ever. Despite signs of recovery in some sectors of the economy, as 2010 ends the country remains stuck in the worst employment downturn since the Great Depression.

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