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13 Employee Benefits You Should Consider Offering

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

The Libertarian Replublic reports:

“It can be a real challenge for a small business to keep employees interested in sticking around for the long haul. Larger companies always seem to have the upper hand, especially when it comes to offering enticing employee benefits. For a small business to remain competitive, you have to be sure that the employee package is enticing enough to keep them interested.

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Bills would allow Uber, Lyft to provide non-emergency transport for Medicaid patients

Monday, April 15th, 2019

Watchdog.org reports:

“They aren’t offering Uberlances or AmbuLyfts, but Uber and Lyft are among ride-sharing apps that are offering Florida lawmakers potential savings in costs if they are permitted to provide Medicaid patients with non-emergency medical transportation services.

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Fact Sheet: Short-Term, Limited-Duration Insurance Final Rule

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

CMS.gov reports:

Background

The Secretaries of the Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services published a proposed rule to consider allowing short-term, limited-duration insurance to cover longer periods and be renewed by the consumer on February 21, 2018 in response to both stakeholder input in the Request for Information “Reducing Regulatory Burdens Imposed by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act & Improving Healthcare Choices to Empower Patients,” as well as Executive Order 13813 entitled “Promoting Healthcare Choice and Competition Across the United States.”

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Obamacare enrollment starts Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know

Monday, October 30th, 2017

The Chicago Tribune reports:

“Choosing the right health insurance plan can be a cumbersome process, and this year’s political back-and-forth over Obamacare has made it seem even more confusing.

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How much more will health care cost your company in 2018?

Friday, August 18th, 2017

Crain’s Chicago Business reports:

“Around this time of year, many human resources executives and brokers are putting the finishing touches on health insurance plans they’ll offer to employees in the fall. They face tough questions: Will rising costs be swallowed by the company? Or will the bitter pill be passed down to employees?

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Making government our last resort

Monday, May 4th, 2015

Indiana Economic Digest reports:

“We’ve found yet another reason to mistrust a government bureaucracy that takes money citizens earned and treats citizens like serfs. The government class often act like the put upon factory foremen, whether it is making the sick wait in a line too many don’t survive trying see a physician at a Veterans Hospital or forcing the poor to jump through innumerable hoops to obtain Medicaid while hoping a loophole can be found to disqualify a person obviously in need. This last cultural trend became widespread in Indiana during Mitch Daniels’ time as governor. It was his administration’s weakness to fail to commit to excellence in doing those things his government was committed to do – including helping poor and disabled people. Those entitled, and we use the word without negative connotation, were poorly served.Bureaucrats, while often fine people outside of their profession, work much the same in most places and in most of history – the old Soviet Union, the old Bureau of Motor Vehicles and of course the new Internal Revenue Service.

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In New Hampshire, Chris Christie spells out entitlement reform plan

Monday, May 4th, 2015

CNN reports:

“Gov. Chris Christie attempted to position himself as the likely candidate most willing to take on entitlement reform when he delivered a 40-minute speech on the issue in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
The New Jersey Republican, who kicked off a four-day tour across the first-in-the-nation primary state, is applying his direct style to try to be a truth-teller who’s eager to take on uncomfortable topics like Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.

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