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The Trump Effect and Business: Health Care and Small Business


Certain parts of the Affordable Care Act apply to businesses with less than 50 employees – a few of which include small business health care tax credits and health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) as part of the 21st Century Cures Act. Laurie Savage, senior compliance analyst at Paychex, and Gene Marks outline what each of these are, and what small businesses should do to take advantage of them.

More in this series: Where Does Health Care Reform Stand Today? | Affordable Care Act and Compliance

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