News and Articles About Health-care law
As delays continue to plague Obamacare, entrepreneurs are left with a mixed bag of consequences for their businesses.
President Obama dismissed technical problems with the new health-care exchanges and said they would be fixed. But consumers are finding it hard to sign up for coverage.
Trying to sign up for health-care coverage under Obamacare? You may find it's a case of hurry up and wait.
Most folks don't think about taxes until the spring, but October has some important tax deadlines for business owners.
Self-insurance can help you sidestep some of Obamacare's new requirements. But is it right for your company?
The health-insurance exchanges due out in October may not be ready on schedule, according to Congress's watchdog.
Employers are required to notify workers of their insurance options under Obamacare by Oct. 1. Will you be ready?
Here are the vitals you need to know about SMBs and The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Plan ahead for Obamacare to control costs and limit confusion.
Health reform's complexities have spurred some brokers to re-boot their approach to clients.
Business owners react to a bill that mandates paid sick leave for companies with 20 or more employees.
Next year, certain companies that don't offer health benefits will pay stiff fines, but switching to part-time hires doesn't always make sense.
The NFIB famously opposed the Affordable Care Act, but some groups say it could help entrepreneurs and their employees.
The Obama Administration has proposed a change in the deadline for states to have multiple health-insurance exchange options available for small-business owners.
A survey released Thursday shows entrepreneurs are struggling to understand how they need to prepare for Obamacare and are afraid of what it will cost.
A look at how incubators are affected by the new health-care law, often referred to as Obamacare, which provides financial incentives to providers that embrace technology.
House Small Business Committee shares sometimes heated comments from entrepreneurs on the changes employers may be facing under the law.
The agency is seeking to dispel what it calls a common misconception: that all businesses will be required to provide health coverage to all employees.
The Affordable Care Act stands to have a big impact on small businesses in the next few years. Here's what it will mean to your employees and your bottom line.
Most Americans don't like the 'market solution' to the problem of escalating health-insurance costs. The best option for employers and employees alike is to push for government policies that lower the cost of care.
No matter who wins in November, our next president must work to get small-business health-care costs under control, writes Shelly Sun, co-founder of the BrightStar Care franchise.
As paying for health care remains one of small-business owners' biggest burdens, we look at how the candidates would trim costs and tackle reform.
After the High Court moved to keep the individual mandate, economists expect lower insurance costs overall, yet some businesses may still get burned by the employer mandate.
In anticipation of the Supreme Court's ruling on the health-care law, we outline five possible outcomes for small-business owners to chew on -- and plan for.
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