Tax Credit Calculator
Starting in 2010, up to 4 million small businesses that offer healthcare coverage to their employees may be eligible for a tax credit. In a few easy steps, small business owners can determine whether their business is eligible for a tax credit for offering healthcare coverage to your employees.
Our in-depth fact sheets about the health exchange enrollment detail all the information any small business owner needs to know to adjust to their implementation. We even went a step further and made separate fact sheets for a host of different demographics to highlight the specific benefits of the health exchange for each group:
Healthcare Reform FAQ
In March 2010, Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, which tackles many of the problems small business owners face in the current healthcare system: skyrocketing costs and unpredictable premiums, lack of access to affordable coverage and choice among health plans, and administrative inconvenience and hassle. This comprehensive FAQ covers provisions in the law impacting small businesses owners.
Health Coverage Guide
This guide includes everything small business owners and their advisors need to know about offering health insurance in an easy to use step-by-step format. This online resource, provides small business owners with objective information on how to navigate the healthcare market since the passage of federal healthcare reform. California small businesses can find state-specific information here.
Actual, Factual Information About Healthcare Reform
Publisher: Ascension Health and Small Business Majority
On March 23, Small Business Majority released an easy-to-use online resource called the “Actual Factual brochure,” which small business owners can use to learn how the 2-year-old healthcare reform law impacts their businesses. Developed and produced by Ascension Health, the brochure comes in an easy-to-use flipbook format that can also be accessed from most mobile devices, putting important information about the law right at your fingertips.
Clean Energy Resource Guides
These resource guides are meant to provide suggestions to help improve small business owners’ bottom line, whether it is a body shop or a coffee shop—the guides outlines simple, low-cost tips to start saving money. Federal and state governments, public utility companies, and in some states, non-profit organizations offer incentives to help small businesses reduce energy costs, meet and exceed federal clean air standards and help our country achieve energy independence.