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Health Reform and Healthy Businesses Event

August 20, 2012

Learn how health reform will affect your business, including the effects of health insurance exchanges and tax credits at this free regional event.... Read more »

Ready, or Not, for Obamacare

August 14, 2012

“We want to be the model,” says Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown... Read more »

Video: Health Care Stakeholders

July 12, 2012

As broadcast on WBFF Fox 45 (click to watch video) Any way the health care law is sliced, it will cost some people more money. For example, couples earning more than a quarter of a million dollars a year will see their share of Medicare taxes increase in 2013. But, in addition to the millions […]... Read more »

Maryland poised for next phase of health reform

July 3, 2012

Vincent DeMarco, president of advocacy group the Maryland Health Care for All Coalition, said the Supreme Court decision gives the uninsured hope once again.... Read more »

Health care reform: good for business

April 2, 2012

As a small business owner, I am not a constitutional scholar, but I can definitively say this: the Affordable Care Act is cutting my health care costs and helping my business.... Read more »

Small businesses urged to use tax credits for health care

November 15, 2011

Baltimore Business Journal Date: Monday, September 26, 2011, 2:45pm EDT Baltimore County Executive and state health officials are urging small businesses to take advantage of federal tax credits offered to them for providing employees health coverage. Kamenetz promoted the tax credits at a news conference Monday. Businesses with 25 employees or fewer can receive up […]... Read more »

Health care tax credits available for small businesses, nonprofits in Frederick County

June 23, 2011

“We want to do everything we can do to create a business-friendly atmosphere and we want to do everything we can to help small businesses,” said Commissioners’ President Blaine R. Young (R). “The majority of what makes this world go around is small businesses.”... Read more »

Tax credit aims to save businesses thousands

A new federal tax credit could save small businesses in Frederick County thousands of dollars to provide employee health insurance.The Frederick County Health Department and the Frederick County Commissioners launched a new initiative, "Get Connected," on Wednesday to promote the credit.... Read more »

Md. unveils tax credit campaign for small businesses

March 16, 2011

State health officials and advocates joined CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield Tuesday in unveiling a more than $150,000 campaign to spread the word about tax credits available to small businesses under federal health care reform.... Read more »

Health care tax credit campaign launched in Maryland

March 15, 2011

An estimated 66,000, or 80 percent, of Maryland’s 82,600 small businesses could be eligible for these tax credits.... Read more »