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Healthcare Reform: Businesses Ask, "What Now?"

Businesses of all sizes must take note of new healthcare requirements that will change coverage and payment policies.

September 2010
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Bottom Line
The new health care reform law will be phased in over the next decade. From 2010 to 2013, the changes mostly involve new taxes, fees, and mandates on individuals and businesses. Most changes to the healthcare system, on the other hand, will begin in 2014 and later.

The bottom line is that the new healthcare law will have an impact on everyone - individuals, business owners, and employees. And from what we're beginning to see, that impact may not necessarily be positive.
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