Providing health insurance is an excellent benefit for employees, who might otherwise buy their own health insurance or work for a competitor who offers coverage.
Health Insurance premiums obtained by small business tend to be superior to those obtained by individual employees on their own. Learn More>>
The Affordable Care Act will provides tax credits to small businesses who provide healthcare coverage to their employees.
An unfamiliar term is arising in the small business health insurance market. Industry analysts are asking whether small businesses will “self-insure” rather than offer their employees a qualified health plan under the Affordable Care Act. Small businesses, in response, are asking what it means to self-insure.
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Health & Human Services released the latest enrollment numbers for January. There were 1,146,071 enrollments. In a press release from HHS, Kathleen Sebelius made the following comment about the latest enrollment numbers: “Enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace continued to rise in January, with a 53 percent increase in overall enrollment over the prior three month reporting period, […]Read More »
In my earlier blog post “Welcome to 2013…I Mean 2014” I wrote “Assuming the employer mandate for 2015 is not delayed, we should be able to analyze its initial effect (or lack thereof) on business hiring in Q4 2014.” Why did I hedge and say “Assuming the employer mandate for 2015 is not delayed”? The […]Read More »
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