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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"Rothification" of retirement savings in the US- We've been telling audiences about this for 7 months. ow.ly/F84x30g1REQ
About 2 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Big step taken tonight in Senate, passing budget. Begins the process towards tax reform.
About 3 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Budget resolution close, but odds improving. GOP must pass in order to move on tax reform.
About 5 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Healthcare-Potential bi-partisan agreement. Funds CSR subsides for 2 yrs, states get more flexibility. Can it pass? ow.ly/psBa30fWAYM
GOP tax framework calls for the repeal of the estate tax. Inter party disagreements showing, as we predicted. ow.ly/TMIn30fWdX9
About 6 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite