You heard that business owners get an extra year to provide health insurance under Obamacare, so you think you have nothing to worry about right now?
Well, that is true to some extent, but there are still some things you need to know and that you should be doing right now.
If you’d like to know what those things are, then you’ll want to check out this article called “5 Things Small Businesses Need to Know About ObamaCare Before Oct. 1” by Gabrielle Karol…
“On October 1, the online health-insurance marketplaces created under ObamaCare are scheduled to open in states across the country for individuals and small-businesses (with under 50 employees).
Enrollment begins Oct. 1, with health-care coverage taking effect Jan. 1. Here are five things employers need to know before the state and federal exchanges launch.
No. 1: Notify your employees about the exchanges.
All business owners, regardless of company size or whether they offer their employees insurance, are required by law to notify employees about the exchanges. The Department of Labor has two model notices that businesses can use, depending on whether or not they offer health plans. According to the SBA, there is no fine for businesses that don’t send the letter.
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