The deadline to sign up for an insurance plan is coming up soon. Anyone without one is subject to a fine.
A month into the launch of the federal exchanges, small-business owners report mixed results with the program.
Complying is complicated. Feel less overwhelmed with these tips and insights.
Remember those 'other' new Obamacare exchanges that small businesses were supposed to use to sign up workers for health insurance? Apparently a bunch of businesses forgot about them, too.
Affordable Care Act
The challenge is to a key part of the Obamacare health law that, if successful, would limit the availability of federal health insurance subsidies for millions of Americans.
Obamacare has created an incentive for business owners to navigate a different path than that which policymakers had intended.
The law, more commonly referred to as Obamacare, kicks in for businesses with more than 100 employees this January.
Complying with the Affordable Care Act means new health insurance premiums for smaller businesses but innovation offers hope of manageable costs and a healthier workforce.
Boosting pay and offering more attractive alternative benefits could help companies deal with ever-rising health insurance premiums.
If you're one of the millions getting tax credits to help pay health-insurance premiums under Obamacare, you might want to do some tax planning now or you might be in for an unwelcome surprise.
Uncle Sam: If at first you don't succeed, hire former Google wizard and HealthCare.gov resurrector Mikey Dickerson to clean up your mess. Again.
Two courts disagree on whether the Internal Revenue Service can provide subsidies to those purchasing health insurance on the federal health insurance exchange.
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as
Obamacare, was signed into law on March 23, 2010 and represents one of the largest overhauls of the U.S. healthcare system since the creation of Medicare and Medicaid in the 1960s. The law’s purpose is to increase the availability, quality and affordability of health insurance, and will use mandates, subsidies and exchanges to help reduce costs to patients and the government.
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