Obamacare’s Latest Rules for Employers, Explained

Obamacare’s Latest Rules for Employers, Explained

Photograph by StanRohrer/Getty Images More Obamacare rules, anyone? Over the summer, the government delayed for a year the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that companies with 50-plus full-time employees offer health coverage or face penalties. Part of the reason for the reprieve: The IRS hadn’t figured out how employers would verify whether they’re offering affordable insurance […]

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A Dental Care Startup Sees Profit in Obamacare’s Gaps

A Dental Care Startup Sees Profit in Obamacare’s Gaps

Photograph by Getty Images The Affordable Care Act is expected to bring millions of Americans into the health-care system, increasing market opportunity for industry incumbents and startups alike. Less heralded is the business potential from individuals who slip through Obamacare’s gaps. A startup called Brighter, which helps people without dental insurance get better prices from […]

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A Dental Care Startup Sees Profit in Obamacare’s Gaps

A Dental Care Startup Sees Profit in Obamacare’s Gaps

Photograph by Getty Images The Affordable Care Act is expected to bring millions of Americans into the health-care system, increasing market opportunity for industry incumbents and startups alike. Less heralded is the business potential from individuals who slip through Obamacare’s gaps. A startup called Brighter, which helps people without dental insurance get better prices from […]

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Startups Seek Profits in Obamacare’s Fine Print

Startups Seek Profits in Obamacare’s Fine Print

Photograph by Fuse/Getty Images Earlier this month, Anthony Presley pulled up to the Lubbock, Tex., office of TimeForge, his labor management software company, as 100 copies of his new book, Obamacare: A Handbook for Employers were being delivered. Sparked by a flood of questions about the law’s implementation from restaurants and retail outlets that use […]

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How the Insurance Industry Funded Small Business’s Anti-Obamacare Message

How the Insurance Industry Funded Small Business’s Anti-Obamacare Message

Photograph by Robert Simon/Getty Images The National Federation of Independent Business, a small-business lobby that opposes the Affordable Care Act, quietly cashed an $850,000 check from a health insurance industry lobby two years ago, National Journal reported on Tuesday. Advocacy groups can legally move their money in secret, but reporter Chris Frates found an expense […]

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