News and Articles About Health-care law
A Government Accountability Office report says the effort to help small businesses pay for health care is too complex to be useful.
Our blogger says that the state discount pools for small businesses planned under the health-care reform seems like the most immediate way, among the myriad alternatives under consideration, to save business owners money.
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act won't be known until June, but here are some of the potential effects small-business owners might want to consider now.
As the Supreme Court finishes up hearing challenges to the Affordable Care Act, business owners continue to be split on what outcome they'd like to see.
Even if you expect the Supreme Court to repeal the health-care law next week, many of the reforms already in effect won't likely go away, say insurance experts.
A look at how small-business owners can more easily research information on health insurance options.
Business owners face higher premiums in 2012, but aren't making any changes until the fate of the Affordable Care Act is clear.
Op-Ed: While many small-business owners share some populist anger at Wall Street banks, they should look closely at the protestors' positions before aligning themselves with the movement.
Health-insurance premiums in the U.S. surged substantially in 2011. Here's how small companies can reduce costs.
Many small-business owners think the health-care law will boost their costs over the next two years, but a new study suggests otherwise.
The Senate overwhelmingly voted to repeal a controversial provision within the health-care law.