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Elswick, Jill
December 2004
Employee Benefit News;Dec2004, Vol. 18 Issue 15, p27
Focuses on the development of online tools for financial management of employee health care benefits in the U.S. Comment from Elizabeth Jetton, president of the Financial Planning Association (FPA), on financial planning issues for health care in the country; Information on the Web site PlanforYourHealth.com launched by the FPA and Aetna; Details of the Web site aimed at women in providing tips on selecting employer-sponsored coverage in the country.


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