The Senate’s top tax writer has set out to overhaul the nation’s tax system, and while his plan would have the most direct consequences on large, multinational corporations, it would change the rules for many small businesses, too.Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) recently started rolling out the specifics of his proposal, which is meant to […]
Fifty-five federal tax breaks are scheduled to expire at the end of the year. Usually, many of these expiring tax provisions are extended at the last minute, but this year is shaping up to be different. The pressure for additional revenue, combined with political gridlock, has greatly increased the likelihood that many of the most […]
Many small business owners think that offering health insurance is beyond reach. But, with new options today it is easier than many small businesses think.
Mind The Gap: Nearly Half Of Small Businesses Lack Benefits, One-Third Sharing Some Benefit Costs With Employees
Nearly half (42 percent) of small business owners with full-time employees do not offer any benefits and one-third (36 percent) are sharing some benefits costs with their employees, according to The Hartford’s 2013 Small Business Success Study. “We see this gap in coverage as a big opportunity for brokers and agents to discuss voluntary, or […]
Now that the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace is open for enrollment, what does that mean for North Texans and how can those taking part in the program make the most of it?
A lot of companies aren’t fully aware of the increasing litigation from the Department of Labor against companies and their retirement plans for not fulfilling their plan obligations and fiduciary responsibilities.