Not your father's TPA

Brown, Steve
September 2004
Employee Benefit News;9/1/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p27
Discusses the role of third party administrators (TPA) in assisting U.S. employers regarding employee benefit plans. Demands of corporations for TPA services; Trends in the TPA sector; Competition among third party clients. INSET: Major markets for independent TPAs.


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