EBN helps you start your week with three important facts, developments or conversations from recent benefits-related events. This week, we look at a speeding trend toward private exchanges, a lively benefits conference and a new retirement tracker from ING U.S.

 

1. Survey: More employers moving away from managed trend

The overwhelming majority of employers in a recent Aon Hewitt survey plan to continue offering health insurance, but many are looking at private exchanges, and many more are planning shifts toward “house money, house rules” methods. >>Read more

 

2. Congresswoman riles NAHU crowd with MLR talk

This year’s National Association of Health Underwriters Capitol Conference concluded its three-day lobbying stint with a morning of discussion panels on health reform, remarks from a Republican congresswoman, a talk with a representative from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and an address from NAHU’s president. >>Read more

 

3. ING U.S. launches retirement benchmarking tool

According to ING, the tool serves as a starting point for a conversation with a financial professional; individuals are given the opportunity to connect to more information and planning tools on the site, if interested, after receiving their scores and some basic tips. >>Read more

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