Small Business Lawyer Highlights New Obamacare Changes

Business law and tax law often go hand in hand. This is particularly true since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Regardless of whether they support or oppose this law as individuals, many U.S. small business owners have reasonable concerns about what the law will mean for their business, and […]

Considerations Before Cancelling Small Business’s Health Insurance Plan

Since the announcement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), small business owners have been concerned about increased costs that could occur with employer-provided insurance plans. Currently, employer-based insurance plans end up costing an average of around $9,300 a year per employee. Employers typically cover around $6,700 per employee of this expense. Some small business owners […]

Religious Objections and the Provision of Contraception Under Employer-Based Insurance Programs

The Supreme Court of the United States has a very important case before it that could have a big impact on the obligations on an employer’s duty to deliver health insurance for its employees. The Supreme Court must determine whether for-profit corporations can refuse to provide contraception coverage, as required under the Affordable Care Act, […]

Navigating Obamacare and the IRS Common Control Law

Starting in 2014, the United States’ healthcare system will undergo a transformation unlike anything that has occurred in this nation’s history. Small businesses throughout the country will have to come to terms with the Affordable Care Act requirement that they provide adequate healthcare to virtually all employees. One unique issue that small business owners must […]