Monthly Archives: October 2012

Obamacare Hurts the Core of America

Make no mistake, Obamacare hurts the core employers of America.  How so?

First, large employers are exempt from some of the rules.  Large employers with over 100 FTE’s are exempt from many of the regulations regarding what is considered “Essential Health Benefits.”  Thus the larger employers will have the ability to offer health plans that may provide less benefits than small employers will be required to purchase. …

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Financing Growth for Small Businesses – Factoring as an Effective Cost of Sales! (continued)

2 weeks ago, I posted a blog about “Financing Growth for Small Businesses”. I’d like to expand on the topic and discuss more about what that entails.

When is factoring a viable cost effective cost of sales?  One example is a business service in which the company has an opportunity sign a new contract that requires adding employees. …

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Part Time Employees and Obamacare

So if you think the because you hire part-time workers, you will not have to worry about Obamacare regulations?  Time to think again.

As a refresher, remember Obamacare pertains to any business with 50 or more full time equivalent employees (FTE) .  One of those employees will need to get a subsidy before the employer’s tax penalty kicks in.…

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Analyze Less and Do More?

We’ve all heard the phrase “paralysis through analysis”.  Some of us have even felt the negative effects that this has created for our businesses.  I ran across an article recently that had a really nice summary of this phenomenon and some advice on how to avoid it.

http://www.inc.com/young-entrepreneur-council/best-advice-i-ever-got-jesse-pujji.html

Jesse Pujji of Ampush Social summarized his thoughts as follows:

“It’s a cliché, but execution really is 99.9% of success in the early days of any start-up.



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ObamaCare Primer for Small Businesses

Most Americans will tell you that health care reform is long overdue. This country has traditionally had the very worst healthcare in the developed world by a longshot. Even those of us who can afford health insurance frequently fly to such farflung locales as India and Bangkok to avoid the bureaucratic and financial burdens to getting care in the US.…

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