Last week, the Department of Labor published a proposed rule that would broaden Association Health Plans and enable small businesses to band together to purchase health insurance.
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NSBA is urging caution as policymakers move forward on President Trump's EO, including AHPs which could move further out of reach for many small businesses.
Earlier this week, NSBA sent a detailed letter to the Senate Finance Committee outlining the key priorities for small business when it comes to health care reform.
The House Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access recently held a hearing showing that the small business health tax credit has failed to truly help small firms.
Both the House and the Senate have now passed an important reform of the Affordable Care Act which would give states back flexibility in determining the size of employers covered by the small group market.
The U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship held a hearing last week to examine the potential small business-impact of the latest Obamacare Supreme Court case.
Last week, the IRS announced a delay in the enforcement of penalties on companies that continue to provide Health Reimbursement Accounts.
The shift in the Congressional balance of power has the potential to change the dynamic on issues related to the workforce.
The House will likely take-up a bill that would allow insurance companies to continue selling plans offered in 2013—even if they don’t meet the new standards implemented by the Affordable Care Act.
Last week, the IRS released draft instructions for the forms required by employers under the employer mandate portion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.