ACA-Thumb.pngby Brian Corbey, National Head of Sales for Small Business, Aetna


Small businesses that have long struggled to provide health benefits to their employees during years of rapidly rising health care costs have just gone through the most dramatic year ever for changes to the benefits landscape.


The small employer insurance marketplace was essentially revamped as many of the ACA's most important provisions took effect as of January 1, 2014. Let's take a quick look at how things have changed and then review some strategies that small businesses may want to consider in the new benefits marketplace.


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