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“You Cannot Have It All”

January 3, 2011

From Rick Ungar’s Policy Page at Forbes: The Truth About Opposition To Health Reform By RICK UNGAR A new CNN Poll out today speaks volumes about what is bugging the country about health care reform. The survey reveals that 59% of those polled oppose the health care reform law with only  39% in support. But…

Small Biz Tax Credits Available – Get Forms Here!

December 9, 2010

James Rosen | McClatchy Newspapers last updated: December 03, 2010 04:44:22 PM WASHINGTON — As many as 58,000 small businesses in South Carolina may qualify for a new federal tax credit for providing health insurance to their employees, the Treasury Department said Friday. The Internal Revenue Service is sending postcards to the companies, urging them…

Health Insurance Giants On Track To Bust Profit Records

November 18, 2010

Attention consumers: The 4th paragraph here says it all. Meanwhile health insurers have funneled $86.2 million to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to fight reforms that would contain consumer costs. From Healthwatch, The Hill’s health care blog: By Elise Viebeck The six largest investor-owned health insurance companies saw a 22 percent increase in combined net…

Despite New Law’s Naysayers, Benefits Projected To Rise

November 2, 2010

NOVEMBER 2, 2010 By JANET ADAMY The number of small businesses offering health insurance to workers is projected to increase sharply this year, recent data show, a shift that researchers attribute to a tax credit in the health law. Many small businesses, however, remain opposed to the law. Some small businesses are benefiting from portions…

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