The majority of small businesses do not offer insurance benefits to their employees, often believing they cannot afford them, a LIMRA study has found.
“With the cost of benefits — in particular health care — rising steadily over the past two decades, it is not surprising that many small-business owners have made the decision not to offer employee benefits,” said Kimberly Landry, research analyst, LIMRA Insurance Research.
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