"Although national unemployment is at historic lows, small business owners are still struggling to find the workers they need due to a skills gap," said John Arensmeyer, Founder & CEO of Small Business Majority.
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State lawmakers must protect small business owners from the rising healthcare costs that would result if the Illinois market is flooded with junk, short-term health insurance plans. Legislators must override Gov.
There’s a lot of confusion about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) right now, but it’s important our region’s entrepreneurs know they can still purchase health care through Healthcare.gov.
The Trump administration has created a lot of confusion through recent changes and misinformation about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), but it’s important for our state’s entrepreneurs to know they can still find quality health coverage through Covered California.
The companies also worked with Small Business Majority, a national small business advocacy group, to conduct webinars about healthcare plan options. Postmates is also conducting its own trial health savings account program for workers in partnership with Starship HSA.
During debate over the Affordable Care Act in 2009, a prominent member of the U.S.
The ACA remains law and it's important for small business owners, employees and self-employed individuals to learn about their options now to make sure they are covered for 2019.
Geri Aglipay, Illinois Outreach Manager
Small Business Majority
Beginning this week, the Small Business Majority will host a webinar series aimed at clarifying healthcare provisions affecting small businesses. The series, “What the Healthcare Law Means for Your Small Business,” continues through December.
Louis Caditz-Peck: Well, the legislation was inspired by the Small Business Borrowers’ Bill of Rights, which called for transparency standards like these and was created by a group of nonprofits and fintech companies that came together to do something about the irresponsible lending we were seein
Protecting access to health care: Although the future of health care in the U.S. is unpredictable, it is vital that advocates, community leaders and institutions continue to inform, and put pressure on, policymakers to improve access for all.