Healthcare

President Trump: Good or Bad for Small Business?

Whether you were pro-Trump or pro-Clinton leading up to November’s ballot being cast, one thing is clear when it came to the 2016 U.S. presidential election: most everyone had an opinion. And, a lot of times, it was a strong one. Not only did media sources take a firm stance on which candidate they supported, so did people in general. Heated debates about who was better for … [Read more...]

Affordable Healthcare Options for Small Business Owners

The Kaiser Family Foundation reports that, in 2015 approximately 147 million people (63 percent) were covered by employer-sponsored health insurance, costing business owners roughly $12,591 per employee for family coverage for the year. This amount is up from $8,167 in 2005, highlighting the fact that employee healthcare is costing small business owners more money than … [Read more...]

Should You Offer Healthcare to Your Employees? Small Business Owners Weigh In

Under the Affordable Care Act’s Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions, employers with at least 50 full-time employees (including full-time-equivalent employees) during the preceding calendar year must offer “minimum essential coverage that is ‘affordable’ and that provides ‘minimum value’ to their full-time employees (and their dependents).” However, a number of small … [Read more...]