The Best of 2015: Top 10 Most Popular Business News Articles

Date: December 09, 2015

Obamacare, labor issues, taxes and even the 2016 election made the most news this year. Catch up below on the most-read small business articles on in 2015.

1. The Obamacare Penalty No One Is Talking About
An IRS penalty that kicked in on July 1 will fine business owners for reimbursing employees on healthcare costs. Read More

2. What the Supreme Court Headscarf Ruling Means for Small Biz
The ruling against Abercrombie & Fitch could mean more legal problems for your business. Read More

3. The Obamacare Provision Repeal That’s Uniting Both Parties
An unlikely agreement has grown around the unpopular “Cadillac tax.” Read More

4. What Ben Carson’s Flat-Rate Tax Plan Would Really Look Like
The Republican hopeful envisions an America with a single tax rate based on the Biblical tithe. Read More

5. House Votes to Repeal Estate Tax: How it Affects Your Small Business
The politically charged bill can have an impact for family-owned businesses. Read More

6. Trump Towers in Small Biz Polls
Donald Trump’s domination in the GOP field extends to small business owners. Read More

7. Overtime Pay Changes May Soon Affect Small Businesses 
A policy change in the works could put the squeeze on some companies. Read More

8. House Passes Legislation to Overturn NLRB’s Snap Unionization Rule
Sends It To White House, Where Veto Is Expected. Read More

9. Response to SCOTUS Striking Down EPA Regulations
The justices released their decision on power plant emissions that would have cost businesses billions. Read More

10. Job Losses From Minimum Wage Increases Worse than Reported
Seattle, San Francisco and LA all raised their minimum wages, costing the restaurant and hotel industries thousands of jobs. And those numbers might not even tell the whole story. Read More

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