I’ll be presenting about health care reform on August 20th in Indianola.
Will Obamacare cause you to be taxed on the sale of your home? Probably not.
The Health Care Reform Bill passed by Congress last year provides for many tax-related changes over the next decade. Here is a rundown (note: it is quite possible that part or all of the reform bill will be changed by the courts or by Congress, but this is a rundown of how things currently are): […]
Those of you who take part in a flex plan or an HSA for reimbursement of medical expenses will want to take note: starting in 2011, you will no longer be able to claim reimbursements for purchases of non-prescription, over-the-counter medicines. You’ll only be able to claim reimbursements for medicines purchased with a prescription. The […]
I saw one of my clients yesterday, and he asked me whether the rumor is true that the government is going to start taxing people on health insurance provided by their employers. The answer to that question is, NO. My client is right that there is a rumor going around about this, including one of […]
Small business owners take note: one of the provisions in the health care reform bill recently signed into law impacts the way businesses issue 1099s. Currently, a business is only required to issue 1099s to individuals who perform services for the company (independent contractors, accountants, lawyers, etc.). But a provision in the health care bill […]