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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Good reads on tax reform status, strategies and challenges.
About 2 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Andy shares stage w/ Raymond James CEO Paul Reilly. Discussion included tax reform, DOL and potential govt shutdown. ow.ly/UOXF30bgsNU
GOP status re "Obamacare" repeal and replace efforts: Freedom Caucus signing on, but will moderates sign off? ow.ly/y84730be35C
About 3 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Infrastructure deal impact ow.ly/zeNe30be2th
Biz winners/losers ow.ly/3bix30be2Do
CBO finds Fed Ees are more richly compensated, ON AVG, compared to pvt sector employees. Education biggest variable. ow.ly/mt7P30bbRBq
About 4 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite