Tips for Cutting Health Insurance Costs

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Small Business Health Insurance

It's no secret that rising health care costs are handcuffing small-business owners and their employees in this country, forcing many to forego health coverage just to keep their businesses viable. In 2005, premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance rose to an average of $10,880 annually for family coverage ($907 per month) and $4,024 ($335 per month) for individual coverage. The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) wants micro-businesses

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