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Expenses associated with the Affordable Care Act are making the defined contribution benefits model more and more attractive to employers. And with the increased number of choices available to employees under such a model, brokers are hopeful that will translate to an uptick in voluntary sales.

That is just one of the findings from “Group Benefits and the Defined Contribution Model,” the second in a series of five research briefs based on Prudential’s “Eighth Annual Study of Employee Benefits: Today & Beyond.”

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