THE NEWS: Response to a health insurance tax credit for small businesses, part of President Barack Obama's health care law, has been disappointing to far, with few businesses claiming it.
THE DETAILS: The credit, time-consuming to apply for and lacking enough financial reward to make it attractive, was claimed by only 170,300 businesses out of a pool of as many as 4 million potentially eligible companies in 2010.
THE ANALYSIS: Congress' nonpartisan Government Accountability Office identified several issues, including that the tax credit is structured so its biggest benefits go to very small companies paying low wages.
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