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Small business and health care.

While small business owners know employees view health insurance as the most desirable benefit an employer can offer, only a tiny percentage actually provide health coverage to their employees.

The following results are from a national survey of small business owners with 10 or fewer employees.

Based on your experience hiring new employees, what benefit is the most important to a potential employee?


What percentage of your employees receive health coverage from your company (not including you and your family)?

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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
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Date:Aug 1, 1993
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