Health Savings Accounts and small group pools remain the top ways to reduce costs for the nation’s smallest employers, says the National Association of the Self Employed. “It looks pretty bleak,” said Christie Darrien, executive director of the association, which represents 250,000 member businesses nationwide. “But there are things that small business owners and the self-employed can do. It’s very important that micro-business owners in particular have health insurance. A single medical emergency can bankrupt their business.”
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