Study finds small firms have dropped health insurance

04/17/2013 | CNNMoney

The share of small-business owners that offered health insurance dropped from 47% to 38% between 2000 and 2011, according to a report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Premiums have risen sharply in recent years, and small businesses -- defined in the study as those with fewer than 50 employees -- have an especially difficult time dealing with these costs.

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