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i'm using sql server 2008.

My table is called TestTable2.

The script to create table is here:
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[TestTable2](
	[EmployeeID] [smallint] NULL,
	[Region] [smallint] NULL,
	[WorkYear] [smallint] NULL,
	[ProjectedYear] [smallint] NULL,
	[Salary] [money] NULL,
	[Benefits] [money] NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
GO
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (1, 1, 2014, 0, 41000.2000, 456.2500)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (1, 1, 2014, 1, 43266.4500, 512.2300)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (1, 1, 2014, 2, 45879.5600, 465.2800)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (1, 1, 2014, 3, 46789.2500, 467.2800)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (1, 1, 2014, 4, 47865.3400, 489.2300)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (1, 1, 2014, 5, 49654.2800, 512.2300)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (2, 1, 2014, 0, 56345.2500, 456.2500)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (2, 1, 2014, 1, 58465.3600, 468.2500)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (2, 1, 2014, 2, 59654.4500, 472.2300)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (2, 1, 2014, 3, 60156.6500, 489.2500)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (2, 1, 2014, 4, 62456.7500, 491.3700)
INSERT [dbo].[TestTable2] ([EmployeeID], [Region], [WorkYear], [ProjectedYear], [Salary], [Benefits]) VALUES (2, 1, 2014, 5, 63456.8500, 512.5900)

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My table looks like this:
my table
If you look at my table the it shows 5 records for EmployeeID 1 and 5 records for EmployeeID 2.

The table shows projections for 5 years for an employee.
Basically I want to sum up the salary and benefits for the employees by Projected year.

This pic is a more graphical look at my table.

color drawing of my table
So if you look at EmployeeID 1 and ProjectedYear 0, this record has salary 41000.20 and benefits of 456.25.
So I want to add that to EmployeeID 2 and ProjectedYear 0, Which for that employee is salary 56345.25 and benefits 456.25

So the total for Salary for ProjectedYear 0 is 97345.45 and the Total Benefits is 912.50

So my result set should only be these 3 columns ProjectedYear, Salary, Benefits.
This is a drawing I created of my desired query result.

my desired query result
Anyone know the query to achieve this result?
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This produces the correct results:
SELECT  ProjectedYear,
        SUM(Salary) Salary,
        SUM(Benefits) Benefits
FROM    [TestTable2]
GROUP BY ProjectedYear

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