Fewer small firms give employees insurance coverage

Company-paid health care plans are not available at most businesses because they are too costly, according to a new survey by SurePayroll. The survey found 56% of small businesses don't give employees health insurance and there are 32% fewer companies paying employee health care now than in 2006.

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