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Obama Care summary for small business (949) 675-1920 Orange County CA

Obama Care summary for small business (Less than 50 employees)

By Hubie Laugharn

Small Group

PPACA (ObamaCare)

This is what we know as of 2-18-13 about Obama Care for Small Business

Employer does not have to provide health insurance and cannot be penalized. 

  • Small groups will be able to purchase group health insurance through the exchange. The exchange for small group is called S.H.O.P. within “Covered California”  (the name of the California exchange).
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Obamacare Tax Penalty “What you need to know.”

 

Obamacare Tax Penalty-” The facts you need to know.”

Solana Insurance Service 949-675-1920

September 2012

Many Americans are furious that Obamacare will require them to buy health insurance.

Most of these folks seem to hate the idea that Obama is forcing them to do something more and they hate the idea of shelling out money.
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Group Health Plans California

Why the Solana Solution Works

Reduce your Group Health Insurance Premiums by as much as 30-50% while maintaining benefits!

For the past 15 years employers have been faced with double digit increases in cost providing healthcare to their employees.  Estimates from the National Compensation Survey (NCS) indicate that the average cost for the private employer to provide health care insurance has risen from $1.03 per hour worked in March 1999 to $2.00 per hour worked in March 2009, a change from 5.4 percent to 7.3 percent of total compensation.

A major reason that insurance premiums continue to skyrocket is because we have a large aging base that continues to live longer. In effect, we all have to pay for the 85 year old that is taking $1,000 in meds every day.  However, Solana Insurances Services offers a new way for small and medium sized groups (2 to 350 EEs) to look at their insurance needs and by partnering with the insurers, a more efficient outcome can be obtained, with much lower premiums.
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