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Affordable Care Act 101: free webinars in English & Spanish this fall

Small employers can learn the basics of the Affordable Care Act, and what it means for their organization and employees
Release Date: 
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Release Number: 
W-53-14
Advisory Date: 
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Contact: 
Michael Aumack (316) 269-6275

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act or ACA) enacted comprehensive health insurance reforms designed to ensure Americans have access to quality, affordable health insurance. Learn what the law means for small businesses and self-employed business owners

Affordable Care Act 101 Webinars for Small Employers

SBA, the Department of Health Human and Services, and Small Business Majority have teamed up for a free weekly webinar series where small employers can learn the basics of the Affordable Care Act and what it means for their organization and employees. Topics covered include cost containment, the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit, the new Health Insurance Marketplace, and Employer Shared Responsibility. Webinar content will generally be the same each week. Below are the registration links for upcoming webinars held every Thursday at 1:00 PM Central.

ACA 101 Webinars for Small Employers - Spanish Language

Starting September 9th, Spanish-speaking small employers throughout the country can join representatives from SBA, HHS, and Small Business Majority for ACA 101 webinars in Spanish. Below are the registration links for the upcoming Spanish-language webinars, which will be held every other Tuesday at 3 pm CT throughout the fall.

Key Provisions of the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act includes a variety of measures specifically for small businesses that help lower premium cost growth and increase access to quality, affordable health insurance. Depending on whether you are a self-employed individual with no employees or an employer with fewer than 25 employees, up to 50 employees, or 50 or more employees, different provisions of the Affordable Care Act may apply to you. Learn about the key provisions of the Affordable Care Act based on the size of your business to prepare for 2015!

Related State: 
Kansas