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Next Year's Health Benefit Packages Will Be Painful for Employees
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Oct. 19, 2005
Excerpt: If you work for a company that starts its fiscal year on Jan. 1 -- and 70% of employers do -- the 2006 benefits package should soon hit your mailbox. Brace yourself for sticker shock: You may even feel a little sick when you see the combination of higher costs and reduced coverage.

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