Janemarie Mulvey, PhD

Health Reform: What Small Businesses Need to Know Now!
Health Reform: What Small Businesses Need to Know Now brings clarity to the often confusing implications of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). By referencing this guide’s up-to-date and easy-to-follow explanations, checklists, worksheets, as well as links to other useful resources, small-business owners can begin to wrap their heads around the complexities of ACA.

This comprehensive guide is essential reading for anyone who owns, works for, or works with a small business. It covers:
–Revised Timelines
–How employers can minimize potential penalties
–How small businesses and self-employed workers can qualify for tax credits
–New IRS forms and disclosure requirements
–Implications of recent Supreme Court challenges
Washington, DC
Janemarie Mulvey, PhD is an award-winning author and economist with more than 25 years of experience who recently advised Congress on key issues regarding the Affordable Care Act and served as Chief Economist for the Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy.

Dr. Mulvey holds a PhD in Economics from George Mason University, and an MA and BS in Economics from the University of Maryland. Her extensive career includes Director of the Economic Research departments at the College of American Pathologists and American Council of Life Insurers. She was also Deputy Director of the Research Information Center at Towers Watson (formerly Watson Wyatt Worldwide). Earlier in her career she was an economist at Urban Institute and AARP.
Health Reform: Implications for Small Businesses
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