Few small businesses are enticed by health care tax credit

08/31/2010 | NACS Online

Insurance brokers say response from small-business owners to the health care tax credit has been tepid at best, because many firms don't qualify for the tax break. The credit declines if firms pay workers more than an average of $25,000 and goes away entirely at $50,000. Even for those that meet that requirement, the credit isn't large enough to offset the high cost of health care for many firms, brokers say.

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