Florida Small Business Issues

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  • Overtime Rule UpdateThe latest on the Department of Labor's new overtime rule; what it means for your business and how to join the fight to stop it.

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  • Congress Is Considering Legislation to Stop New Overtime RuleYou can help! Encourage your representatives to co-sponsor legislation to protect small business and their employees from the burdensome overtime rule proposed by the Department of Labor.

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  • 2015 Session Update: Legislature Stops Obamacare Expansion but Abandons Other PrioritiesSome small business priorities were left on the table as the Florida Legislature prepares to gavel out.

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  • Protect Your Business from Hefty Obamacare FinesIf you reimburse your employees for healthcare, new IRS penalties could be coming for you.

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  • NFIB/Florida’s 2014 Session ReportHere's how small business priorities fared during the 2014 Legislative Session.

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