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Executive Summaries for 2012

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1st Quarter 2012

Making the Case: New Study Shows It Does, Indeed, Pay to Become a Healthy Enterprise
by Steven F. Cyboran, CEBS and Christopher Goldsmith, CEBS

2nd Quarter 2012

Implications of Some Deficit Reduction Proposals for Retirement Savings
by Gaobo Pang, Ph.D. and Mark J. Warshawsky, Ph.D.
A Decision Framework for Optimizing the Social Security Claiming Age
by Kenn Beam Tacchino, David A. Littell and Bruce D. Schobel, CEBS

3rd Quarter 2012

Determining the Value of Wellness Programs
by Ronald G. Barlow, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Don Weber, PricewaterhouseCoopers
The Medical Home Bends Cost Curve
by Sandra M. Wood, CEBS, Cambia Health Solutions
The Long-Term Impact of Fees on DC Participant Balances
by Jason L. Ellement, Callan Associates, Lori Lucas, Callan Associates, James Venerus, Callan Associates
Redesigning a DC Program—A Case Study of the TIAA-CREF Employee Plans
by Michael Chambers, TIAA, Deborah Hamilton, TIAA, Paul J. Yakoboski, TIAA-CREF Institute

4th Quarter 2012

Communicating a Redesigned Retirement Plan
by Michael F. McAllister, Mercer
Education Best Practices to Boost Retirement Readiness
by Joleen F. Workman, The Principal Financial Group®
Form 8955-SSA Participant Statement: A Flurry of Activity
by David Benbow, Milliman and Heidi tenBroek, Milliman
Guiding Consumers Through the Complex Health Care System
by Rob Webb, OptumHealth Care Solutions
Important Trade-Offs in Retirement Decision Making
by Anna M. Rappaport, Anna Rappaport Consulting
Rates of Return Used in Retirement Planning Software
by John A. Turner, Pension Policy Center

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