Washington, DC—Small Business Majority released a new report today that reveals the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has provided a tremendous boost to America’s small businesses. Thanks to the creation of the individual marketplaces and the expansion of Medicaid, more small business employees and solo entrepreneurs now have health coverage than before the ACA was implemented, and the law has stabilized health costs for many of the small businesses that provide coverage.
The creation of the individual marketplaces and the expansion of Medicaid stabilized costs and enabled more small business employees to have health coverage
Michigan Association for Female Entrepreneurs members gain access to critical business information and government officials, with opportunities to advocate for small business in Washington, D.C.
Statement by Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the U.S. Senate’s decision not to overturn a new federal rule that expanded the duration of short-term health insurance plans is bad news for small firms
We are disappointed the U.S. Senate failed to overturn a new U.S. Department of Health and Human Services rule extending the duration of short-term insurance plans to last up to 364 days. Leaving this rule in place will likely result in many healthy people exiting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplaces, and that is very bad news for the millions of small businesses, small business employees and solo entrepreneurs that depend on the marketplaces for quality, affordable insurance.
CalSavers will level the playing field for small firms that struggle to enroll their employees in retirement savings programs
Sacramento, CA—Small Business Majority is proud to announce it is launching a new program to educate small business owners about CalSavers, a portable state-run retirement program that will allow small businesses to provide access to a retirement savings account without incurring the associated burdens of employer-sponsored retirement options.
Statement by Mark Herbert, California Director for Small Business Majority, on why California’s groundbreaking lending transparency law is great news for the state’s small firms
Gov. Brown showed how much he values small businesses when he signed the nation’s first small business truth-in-lending law. SB 1235 is a significant step toward protecting small business owners from predatory lending practices because it will dramatically increase the transparency of financial products marketed to small firms.
Statement from Mark Herbert, California Director for Small Business Majority, on why small businesses will benefit from the strongest net neutrality protection in the United States
Gov. Brown stood up for small businesses when he signed SB 822, which establishes the strongest net neutrality rules in the nation. Without protections to keep the internet fair and open, California’s small businesses would have been at a disadvantage when trying to compete with large corporations that have the resources to ensure their websites receive special prioritization from internet service providers.
Statement from Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer on why the tax legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives today offers little savings for small businesses
The tax bill approved today by the U.S. House of Representatives is extremely disappointing because it shows lawmakers are all-too willing to double down on the same problems found in the first round of tax cuts enacted last year. On top of the $1.5 trillion this country will spend on the 2017 tax cuts, making those cuts permanent through this latest round of legislation would cost another $657 billion over the next decade, an enormous amount of money to give up for almost no benefit to most of America’s Main Street small businesses.
With the U.S. House of Representatives expected to vote this week on a new round of tax cuts, Small Business Majority Founder & CEO John Arensmeyer is available to discuss why the legislation under consideration would not help most small firms
“The tax package under consideration by the U.S. House of Representatives is extremely disappointing because it shows lawmakers are all-too willing to double down on the same problems found in the first round of tax cuts enacted last year.
WHAT: Small Business Majority is celebrating National Women’s Small Business Month with a host of in-person presentations, workshops and networking opportunities for women entrepreneurs in October.
Statement by Mark Herbert, California Director for Small Business Majority on why small businesses will benefit from a new California law prohibiting short-term insurance plans
Gov. Brown stood up for California’s entrepreneurs by signing SB 910, which clarifies that short-term health insurance plans cannot be sold in the state. This step was necessary in light of the Trump administration’s recent decision to allow short-term insurance plans to last up to 364 days.