Meeting Archive:
What the Healthcare Law Means for your Small Business


Meeting Description:
This webinar will focus on what the healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act, means for small businesses. It will focus on federal provisions to help local small business owners understand how the law will affect them. Topics being discussed include:
  • Small business tax credits (available to businesses and tax-exempt non-profits)— who’s eligible for them and how to claim them
  • Marketplace updates
  • Shared responsibility
  • Cost containment
  • Tools and resources available for small businesses interested in learning more about the law

A question and answer period will follow.

 
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About Small Business Majority
Small Business Majority was founded and is run by small business owners to ensure America’s entrepreneurs are a key part of a thriving and inclusive economy. We actively engage small business owners and policymakers in support of commonsense public policy solutions, and deliver information and resources to entrepreneurs that promote small business growth and drive a sustainable, job-creating economy. We regularly engage our network of more than 58,000 small business owners and 1,000 business organizations from our nine offices in seven states and Washington, D.C. Our extensive scientific polling, focus groups and economic research help us educate and inform policymakers, the media and other stakeholders about key issues impacting small businesses and freelancers, including access to capital, healthcare, retirement, taxes, paid leave and other workforce issues. 
Details
Date: Thu, Nov 8, 2018
Time: 03:00 PM PST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Small Business Majority
 Presenter Information
Bianca Blomquist, Outreach Manager
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Bianca Blomquist specializes in developing relationships with business organizations and small business owners.  She also works with the California Director on national and statewide policy efforts.  
 
Prior to joining Small Business Majority, because was a legislative staffer on Capitol Hill for a member of the House Financial Services Committee and worked as a legislative representative in the private sector on trade, healthcare and transportation issues.