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March 26, 2012 
- Verisight launches PPACAcalc, an easy-to-use-web based tool to model the cost implications of PPACA legislation. Today, the Supreme Court begins three days of oral arguments for and against the PPACA law. Learn more. In the media at Employee Benefits News and Business Insurance.

March 21, 2012  - Compensation and Benefit Trends: Using market data to drive strategic decisions for 2012 web seminar presented by Maureen Driscoll, Managing Director, and Emily Masters, Manager, Verisight. <learn more>

March 18, 2012 
- San Francisco Mid-Sized Retirement & Healthcare Plan Management Conference. Robert Stebbins, Senior Vice President, Verisight and Becky Miller, McGladrey and Pullen will present “Top 10 Issues Affecting Plan Sponsors in 2012. <learn more>  

Thursday, February 23, 2012 
Rena Somersan, will speak at the Greater Madison Area Society for Human Resource Management discussing compensation trends...<more information>

January 18, 2012 
Verisight CEO, Greg Tschider is quoted in today’s USA Today which discusses the soon-to-be implemented fee-disclosure rules for 401(k) plans. Read the article at "Options for 401(k) plans get more affordable" or in print on Page 3, Money Section

December 14, 2011 
The 2011/2012 Compensation, Retirement and Benefits Trends Executive Summary highlights key strategic and tactical approaches organizations are taking to improve productivity, financial performance and respond to upcoming regulations. The result is a comprehensive view that is rarely available from a single source. Key findings include:<read more>

December 14, 2011 
Verisight and McGladrey Survey Finds: Middle Market Executives Say Benefits Costs Outweigh Economic Conditions as the Leading Factor Impacting Compensation Decision. Vast Majority of Retirement Plan Sponsors Do Not Feel Prepared for the New Fee Disclosures Rules. Read the press release.

December 5, 2011 
 MONEY MANAGEMENT Executive features interview with Greg Tschider, CEO, and Robert Stebbins, SVP, Verisight, Inc. entitled "401(k) Fee Disclosure to Change DC Game".

December 8, 2011 CFO Breakfast Event - What will health care reform cost your organization in 2014? Michael J. Berman, FSA, MAAA, Consulting Actuary, Verisight, Inc. will present An Actuarial Evaluation of the 2014 Exchanges. Topics covered include: 2014 Employer "Pay or Play" Penalties, Two Current Case Studies, Tax Implications & Salary Considerations. This event is open only to CFOs. For more information or to register for this event, visit http://midamgroup.com/seminars.php

November 21, 2011  Ken Weida, VP, is featured on Employee Benefit Adviser (EBA) podcast Don’t let 2012 be a rude awakening. The podcast focuses on why advisers need to find a trustworthy partner to help plan participants make the right decisions when it comes to their 401(k) plans, and how brokers should specifically approach working with the middle market.