The “affordable” part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) comes in the form of tax subsidies based on an individual’s or household’s income. And those subsidies can be significant, even for individuals whose income are up to the 400% above the national poverty line. The Kaiser Family Foundation has created this calculator to illustrate health insurance premiums and subsidies for people purchasing insurance on their own in new health insurance exchanges (or “Marketplaces”). Beginning in October 2013, middle-income people under age 65, who are not eligible for coverage through their employer, Medicaid or Medicare, can apply for tax credit subsidies available through state-based exchanges.
Since the end of the Great Recession (June, 2009), how many jobs have been created by small businesses?
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Highlights from Small Business Saturday and the five-day opening of the holiday retail season.
Your biggest obstacle is that little voice that tells you you’re doing 100 percent when you’re actually at 85 to 90.
Uncooked (or “edible”) cookie dough shops are appearing around the country from New York to L.A.
A preview of holiday shopping trends for 2017.