The short answer is: don’t hold your breath for major changes in the law before the 2008 Presidential elections.
However, there are options for keeping healthcare costs down.
- The one outstanding tax benefit available to self-employed individuals — and the one tax penalty that only the self-employed have to suffer (yes, the Federal government giveth and taketh away at the same time);
- The tax treatment of health insurance premiums for small businesses with employees;
- The best candidates for health savings accounts (HSAs) — and who should stay away from them;
- Some of the healthcare proposals being made in Congress to address health costs.
Dawn also shares the one thing — the single thing — she would do about the healthcare mess if she were in Congress. You may be surprised by her answer.
Dawn Rivers Baker is the Publisher of The MicroEnterprise Journal. Dawn is also the founder and board chairman of The Microbusiness Research Instutite, a non-profit non-partisan research organization whose mission is to collect and publicize data on microbusinesses in the United States and their impact on the larger U.S. economy.
Dawn is a fountain of knowledge on health care. Click the player below to listen to Dawn’s interview.
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