News and Articles About Health Insurance
The agency has trained partners and employees to guide businesses through the upcoming health care reforms.
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 agency is seeking to dispel what it calls a common misconception: that all businesses will be required to provide health coverage to all employees.
Entrepreneurs can sound off about the Affordable Care Act or any number on regulations at these government sites.
We look at what the new health law requires, and how businesses can prepare for new rules, shop exchanges and avoid penalties.
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.
Just because your startup already offers employee-health insurance, doesn't mean you should ignore the new health-care law. Here, we parse the law's particulars that matter to young treps.
Ballooning premiums and shifting government regulations can make dealing with employee health insurance a nightmare, here's how to cope.
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.
A Government Accountability Office report says the effort to help small businesses pay for health care is too complex to be useful.
Have you been considering a health savings account? Here, accountant Mark Kohler explains the advantages.
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.
The Obama administration's 2013 budget includes a proposal to make health-care tax credits available to another 140,000 small businesses.
A look at how small-business owners can more easily research information on health insurance options.
Health insurance is increasingly complicated and expensive, but small-business owners can better navigate the system by steering clear of these missteps.
Business owners face higher premiums in 2012, but aren't making any changes until the fate of the Affordable Care Act is clear.
Health-insurance premiums in the U.S. surged substantially in 2011. Here's how small companies can reduce costs.
Employers can save money by creating 'working-spouse carve-outs' encouraging employees to use their spouse's health-insurance plans.
Many small-business owners think the health-care law will boost their costs over the next two years, but a new study suggests otherwise.
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