In June, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. Whatever side of the political fence you fall on, the law will affect you and your business.
If you have fewer than 25 employees and provide health insurance, you might qualify for a tax credit of up to 35% to offset the costs of insurance. The credit will increase to 50% in 2014. That’s just one part of the law; others will be implemented by the states.
To help you understand how things might work in your state, use the links below to find general information on the Affordable Care act, or click on your state in the map for state-specific information.
You can read the full law as well as the Supreme Court’s recent decision. Go here for answers to small-business-related questions.
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