Small employers across the U.S. are struggling to get a handle on their healthcare costs under the Affordable Care Act. Many of them say they expect their operating expenses to jump in 2014, when the law's employee health-insurance requirements take effect. But they acknowledge that their forecasts are back-of-the-envelope calculations based on only partial information.
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