How Obamacare Impacts the Self-Employed and Small Businesses with Under 50 Employees

Countdown has begun for the majority of new taxes, mandates and administrative requirements that begin January 2014 under Obamacare. Small businesses are facing lots of questions on exactly how this law will directly and indirectly impact their business.

This webinar provides instructions on how to prepare for the law and what it means for those with fewer than 50 employees. It also presents an update on the most recent proposed and finalized regulations available and some outstanding questions that remain unanswered.

You will learn:

  • What the law means to a small business
  • What the law means to individual and small group market health insurance
  • What questions to ask insurer, broker, or tax professional
  • What the law means for small business employees
  • Suggested communication for employees

Watch the recording above to get the facts on how Obamacare affects YOU.

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Webinar Details
Recorded Wed., March 27
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)
Duration: 1 hour (approx.)

Kevin Kuhlman

Kevin Kuhlman

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. NFIB is the nation’s leading small business organization, with over 350,000 members. Since 1986, NFIB members’ top concern has been increasing healthcare costs.

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.

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