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June 2006
Employee Benefit News;Jun2006, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p3
Presents news briefs on employee benefit. Results of a poll conducted by Merrill Lynch about the retention of older workers approaching retirement; Prevention of workers from enrolling in employer-subsidized insurance by the continued increasing cost of medical care; Possibility that health savings accounts and the broader consumer-directed movement could force hospitals and other medical providers to become more efficient according to research from the financial services community.


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