Employers offer workers fewer healthcare plans
It's the annual open enrollment season in corporate America, when employees choose their medical plans for the coming year. But this time, many workers are finding that the buffet of options has been trimmed to a very short menu. And typically the offerings now include a health plan with a high annual deductible that is likely to be $1,100 or more for an individual, and much higher for family coverage.
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