Embracing the need behind a difficult topic

As baby boomers approach retirement, end-of-life coverage becomes an increasingly popular - and important - opportunity for employees

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By Marli D. Riggs
April 1, 2012

Although it's hard to start a conversation about death and dying, providing employees with a benefit option that will help them ensure their end-of-life affairs are in order can not only provide peace of mind, but also can keep loved ones from paying a heavy price both emotionally and financially for a funeral they were not prepared to plan.

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