Tax Credit Report: 7 in 10 Small Businesses Eligible for Combined $15.4 Billion in Healthcare Tax CreditsPosted: May 10, 2012
Since the enactment of federal health care reform, hundreds of thousands of small business owners across the country have been able to claim a tax credit for offering their employees health benefits — and millions more are eligible, according to a report released today by advocacy group Small Business Majority and consumer group Families USA. For tax year 2011, seven in 10 small businesses with 25 or fewer employees are eligible for the credit.
New Report: Tax Credits Could Help up to 3.2 Million Small Businesses Provide Health Coverage for Their 19 Million WorkersPosted: May 9, 2012
New Report: Tax Credits Could Help More Than 375,000 CA Small Businesses Provide Health Coverage for 2.4 Million WorkersPosted: May 9, 2012
Small Businesses to Get IOUs From Health InsurersPosted: May 2, 2012
If you’re a hardworking small business owner who provides health benefits to your employees, there’s a chance your insurance carrier owes you money. And if it does, you can start looking for a check in the mail. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies are being held accountable to their customers in a brand new way — which means they’re expected to owe businesses and individuals a whopping $1.3 billion this year, according to a new report from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Don’t Forget About the Small Business Healthcare Tax CreditPosted: April 12, 2012
Small Business Majority Convening Promotes Wellness Program Opportunities for Small FirmsPosted: April 10, 2012
Virtual, Easy-to-Use Brochure Walks Small Businesses Through Ins and Outs of Healthcare Reform LawPosted: March 23, 2012
Original statement issued on March 23, 2012:
Today, Small Business Majority released an easy-to-use online resource called the “Actual Factual brochure,” which small business owners can use to learn how the 2-year-old healthcare reform law impacts their businesses.
Health CO-OPs: Driving Choices Up, Costs Down for Small BusinessesPosted: February 23, 2012
Original statement issued on February 21, 2012:
Small businesses in eight states received good news today with the announcement that organizations in their state will be receiving funds to help create new consumer-run health insurance plans that will lower their costs and increase their insurance choices.
Expanding and Simplifying Healthcare Tax Credit for Small Businesses Will Help Rein in Coverage CostsPosted: February 16, 2012
I joined Administrator Karen Mills, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and a Michigan small business owner on a tele-press conference today to discuss the expansion and simplification of the small business healthcare tax credit in the Affordable Care Act.