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Willis looks at PPACA's effects on disability benefits

Most employers still aren't sure how PPACA has affected their costs, Willis found.
Most employers still aren't sure how PPACA has affected their costs, Willis found.

Willis, an insurance broker, has found evidence that the cost of complying with the new federal health coverage requirements could have a small but noticeable effect on the disability benefits market.

The company polled about 1,200 employers. About 20 percent had fewer than 50 full-time workers, and about one-third had more than 500 full-time workers. 

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