Small Businesses and Health Insurance Directory
If you own and operate a small business, you might be wondering how health reform will affect your company. Will you be forced to offer insurance? If you currently do, will it cost you more? Starting in 2014, businesses with 50 or more full-time employees or 100 part-time workers will be required to offer insurance or pay a penalty. The SHOP Marketplace is where small business owners can choose the plan they wish to offer. Find out more about small businesses and health insurance here.
Small Business Owners and Health Insurance
Learn more from WebMD about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on small businesses, including how small businesses can use the insurance Marketplace to look for health plans for their workers.
If Your Workplace Drops Your Health Insurance: FAQ
WebMD explains what you can do if your company drops health insurance for its employees.
Insured Through Work? Save Money on Health Costs
When you get insurance through your employer, savings plans such as HSA (health savings accounts), FSAs (flexible spending accounts), and HRAs (health reimbursement accounts) may be a less expensive way to pay for your health care. WebMD explains.
Health Insurance Through Employer & The Affordable Care Act
WebMD explains how your employer-covered health insurance plan may be affected by the Affordable Care Act.