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Businesses say health insurance tax could be crippling

GOFFSTOWN -- Several New Hampshire business owners say the upcoming Health Insurance Tax will be extremely costly to their companies, and could result in higher prices for their customers. They are as... read more

The cost of coverage: Health insurance does not prevent high out-of-pocket expenses

“If I could never coach the basketball ... premiums for employer-sponsored insurance programs increased from $5,791 in 1999 to $18,142 in 2016. A national poll by NORC at the University of Chicago and ... read more

Without an Obamacare penalty, many are planning to drop health plans. The consequences could be dire

People such as Farrell, though, whose incomes are too high to qualify for tax credits, are especially vulnerable, says ... state health insurance exchange, predicts that enrollment in the individual m... read more

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High health insurance prices mean ill winds in Colorado's high country

Self-employed individuals and small businesses in Colorado and across the country have borne the brunt of rampant health-insurance ... could face repayment and IRS penalties if they take tax ... read more


Bridge Center could open next summer if mental health tax passes

Clark—as he previously told Business Report—says he handles about 9,000 mental health cases a year, telling the Press Club that mental health issues are often intertwined with substance abuse. Calling ... read more

How self-publishing a book in New York is a little like starting a small business

I’m now authorized to collect sales tax on behalf of the ... of countless rules and regulations business owners must follow. Thankfully, I don’t have to worry about payroll taxes, workers compensation ... read more

Health insurance options increasing for owner-ops, as open enrollment period enters final few weeks for exchange plans

The penalty, assessed for the current tax year for individuals ... will work exactly, says Ballard, “in a nutshell, if it becomes a viable option it’s a game changer” in the area of health insurance g... read more

Many more Californians likely to be without health insurance in next 5 years

The anticipated rise is largely because the ACA’s individual mandate requirement to buy health insurance is being phased out in 2019 — meaning people will no longer have to pay a tax penalty if ... an... read more

Medicare for All could reduce health care costs, provide good coverage, UMass economists say

Proposals include a 3.75 percent sales tax on non-necessities, cutting business health care ... of U.S. residents have no insurance and 26 percent are underinsured. He said that Medicare for All could ... read more

Is Trump Pushing Health Insurance Innovation Or An ACA Rollback?

It would let states use federal dollars to fund accounts consumers could use to buy insurance or pay other health ... tax and benefits counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee. However, if many st... read more

How to Find the Best ACA Insurance Plan Before Open Enrollment Ends

There are also more alternatives to ACA insurance that are cheaper but provide less coverage. "Most people want health insurance, but the biggest obstacle by far is cost,” says Peck, former ... read more

Deadline looms for 2019 health insurance

For those seeking to enroll in a plan, local advocates say ... a tax bill in late 2017 that repeals the Affordable Care Act’s tax penalty by wiping out the fines for not having health insurance. read more



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