The Administration has announced that it will not penalize businesses for failing to provide health insurance to employees before January 2015. This action represents a significant deferral of the one of the key requirements of health care reform (“Obamacare”). But the remaining parts of the law – including the requirement that uncovered individuals purchase health insurance – remain scheduled to begin in January 2014. This white paper explains, in an easy-to-read four pages, the parts of the health care reform law that affect businesses and individuals, and what individuals and businesses must do – and the decisions they must make -- before . . .
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As we said yesterday, don't underestimate GOP self preservation re passing something-2018 election looms. ow.ly/pNlt30evPLI #taxreform
About 9 hours ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Democrats struggle to find their message for 2018 & 2020 elections...more progressive or more centrist? ow.ly/Y1of30evPzp
Jeff appearing again tonight on CNBC's @bizrpt. Check you local PBS listings for times. #bannonout
Politics seen as biggest risk in driving market volatility per @EatonVance advisor survey. That is why we are here! ow.ly/TtlK30etYm2
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Don't believe hype that biz leaders bailing on GOP agenda. Jeff on PBS Nightly Business Rpt @bizrpt Watch 2:59-6:04 ow.ly/mugP30etZlH