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15 top stories of 2017
1) Zenefits to exit BOR business, work with agencies to license its technology
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2) IRS announces bump in 2018 HSA limits
3) 9 benefit trends to watch in 2018
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4) DOL to increase DB audits
5) What the new GOP healthcare bill means for employers
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6) Vacation time can boost employee performance
7) Financial stability program adds bite to Delta Dental’s benefits
8) How Fujifilm uses gamification to communicate benefits
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9) Why Alera Group brought 24 independent agencies together
10) Why OneDigital is partnering with Zenefits
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11) Zenefits to offer level-funded health plans
12) Employer-provided benefit costs vary widely by industry
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13) 24 brokerages merge to form nation’s 7th largest private employee benefit firm
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14) How Aetna eased its employees’ financial worries
15) GOP senators said to be open to taxing employer health plans
The Capitol building stands in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010. U.S. House Republicans voted to continue for the next two years their ban on budget "earmarks" that direct money to lawmakersÕ pet projects, joining Senate Republicans who adopted a similar policy earlier this week. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg