Healthcare and Employers with 50 or more Employees or Multiple Biz
Learn how the healthcare law will impact owners of multiple businesses and businesses with 50 or more employees. Watch the recording above.
This webinar covered:
- Summary and update of employer mandate
- Determining employer size for owners of multiple businesses
- Requirements for mid-size businesses (50-99 employees)
- Requirements for large businesses (100 or more employees)
- Self-insurance requirements v. traditional insurance requirements
- Overview of mid-size and large business health insurance markets
- Explanation of changes to mid-size and large business health insurance markets
- Explanation of IRS certification and reporting requirements
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Recorded: March 19
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)
Kevin Kuhlman is a Manager of Legislative Affairs at the National Federation of Independent Business, focusing his advocacy efforts on healthcare issues with members of Congress. Prior to his tenure at NFIB, Kevin handled healthcare, labor, education and small business issues for Congressman Peter Roskam from the western suburbs of Chicago. He started his career on Capitol Hill working as support and research staff for the Committee on Ways and Means, serving under Chairman Bill Thomas, Ranking Member Jim McCrery and current Chairman Dave Camp.
Amanda Austin is the Director of Federal Public Policy at NFIB. In this capacity, Amanda is responsible for federal and state healthcare issues that affect the small business community. Since 2003, she has worked directly with policymakers on Capitol Hill, the Executive branch, and Federal Agencies to ensure that lawmakers are aware and responsive to the healthcare concerns facing small business. Additionally, Amanda leads the organization’s healthcare task force and serves as NFIB’s lead spokesperson for health-related issues on the radio, television, and various media outlets. In 2011, Amanda was named a top lobbyist by CEO Update. She is the founder and chair of the Small Business Health Insurance Tax (HIT) Coalition and co-chair of the Small Business Coalition for Affordable Healthcare.