Obamacare: What New York’s Small Businesses Need to Know Now!

Are you prepared for the new health insurance mandate?   Do you know your responsibilities as an employer?

NFIB hosted a webinar explaining the options and obstacles for New York’s small businesses and self-employed. The recording of the webinar is now available for you to watch on-demand.

Visit HERE to view this FREE webinar.

Kevin Kuhlman, NFIB’s Legislative Manager, presents essential information to help you understand  the new law and what it means for your business operations.

Learn about:

  • How to prepare for the new law
  • What direct and indirect impacts the law will have on small businesses
  • Fees, penalties and tax credits
  • Important dates for compliance

Get the facts about what the law means for small businesses and employees in New York State.

OvercomeStill have questions?  We have answers!

NFIB Health Care Resources

Webinar Slides        

NFIB’s Healthcare Reform Resource Center is found at..

www.nfib.com/business-resources/healthcare

NFIB’s Playbook serves as a guide to all you need to know now on Obamacare!

Calculate your small business health insurance tax credit!

Get all the latest fact sheets on Obamacare!

And as always…keep checking the blog and http://www.nfib.com/ for the latest information regarding this and other issues affecting your small business!


 

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About Mike Durant

Mike Durant was named New York State Director of NFIB in May 2011. Prior to joining NFIB as the Assistant State Director in May 2010, Durant began his career in the New York Senate working in the Office of Member Services. From there, he served in a number of positions during former New York Governor George E. Pataki’s administration. As a Research Specialist in the New York State Office of Demographic Policy, Mike was responsible for drafting a redistricting proposal for Governor Pataki. In addition, Mike served as a Research Specialist for the Empire State Development Corporation, as well as the Associate Commissioner of Human Resource Management with the New York Department of Labor. Durant also spent four years working at the Questar III BOCES as a specialist focusing on the complex formulas that drive aid to school districts across the state while also taking a lead role in the state legislative/budget process as it related to education policy. These past positions have given Mike a deep understanding of the complex political economics of the State of New York. Active in the community, Durant has served on a number of boards in both the village of Ballston Spa and Town of Milton. Durant received his bachelor’s degree from Siena College in Loudonville, New York and resides in Ballston Spa with his wife and two children.
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