For most health and life benefit advisers, the idea of portfolio expansion is anything but new. But Sheldon H. Smith, an employee benefits attorney, wants retirement and financial planning professionals to start thinking about expansion too — to Affordable Care Act expertise.

“It’s a new concept for retirement plan administrators who have been singularly focused,” says the Denver-based Bryan Cave LLP lawyer in an interview with EBA. “This gives them the opportunity to expand into health care.”

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