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If you own a small business, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) – more commonly known as Obamacare – opens more avenues for you to offer (or continue to offer) health insurance benefits to your employees. The catch is that your obligations as an employer have become difficult to understand without expert guidance. The good news is that many options are available to satisfy your small business’s health insurance needs. From Group Health to the increasingly popular Defined Contribution Plans, we can assess your organization and figure out an affordable health insurance policy that works for you and your employees.
There are a variety of plans available that will help you meet your business’s specific financial and benefit level requirements. Contact us today to get expert advice about which group insurance option is best for you, or compare group insurance plans right now to get started.
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What Small Business Owners Should Know About the ACA
For health insurance purposes, the ACA defines small businesses as companies with 50 employees or less. It is important to know that the ACA’s mandates for minimum essential coverage differ between small businesses and large employers. In some cases, small businesses may qualify for federal subsidies, as well. Because of these changes in group insurance, many employers are moving to Defined Contribution plans as an affordable alternative.
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To meet the ACA’s requirements and keep your small business’s health insurance costs affordable, you have to understand your options completely. Otherwise, you may not be taking full advantage of the options available to you in the new insurance climate created by the ACA. The potential tax benefits alone are worth starting the conversation with an insurance specialist.
Certainly, the ACA presents small businesses with many challenges. To find the right answers, you need to have a thorough understanding of where you have opportunities to use the ACA’s provisions to your advantage. If you would like to learn more, please see our Group Insurance Frequently Asked Questions section.
The ACA has had a significant impact on how employers go about getting insurance for their companies. Group health insurance premiums and deductibles are continuing to rise, which only makes obtaining coverage for your employees more difficult to manage. To control costs over the long term, many small business owners are turning to defined-contribution health plans to manage the rising cost of health insurance. To determine whether a Defined-Contribution plan is right for your organization, please see our Defined-Contribution guide, or if you would like to simply learn more, please see our Defined-Contribution Frequently Asked Questions section.
We can help you find an affordable insurance plan that meets the needs of you and your employees. Contact us today!