Big, small employers pay comparable premiums
from Business Management Daily
It’s long been conventional wisdom that small businesses pay more for health insurance benefits than do their larger counterparts. Yet a new survey by the United Benefits Advisors consulting firm finds that total premiums — both the employer and employee shares — are slightly lower for companies that have fewer than 100 employees. In fact, small businesses pay a bit less for the employer portion of premiums: $9,474, compared to $9,727 for larger employers. Employees of small businesses pay average premiums of $3,557 per year, compared with $3,378 for employees of larger organizations.
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