Contributions from employers to workers’ account-based health plans have dropped for the last two years, the Employee Benefit Research Institute reports.

About two-thirds of employees with these accounts received an employer contribution, but only 28% of workers say that their employer put in $1,000 or more last year, down from 37% in 2008. About 15% say that their employer contributed between $200 and $499.

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