This week has an amalgam stuff to report on in the news. It's so dramatically varied by type that it's a little refreshing, let me tell you. Beacon technology has become useful and affordable for small businesses as well as big. Small businesses have begun to snub the SHOP exchanges, raisin questions about its value. And local laws that have been encouraged by the feds are becoming too difficult for many small businesses, leaving speculation that there will be a backlash. Here's what's going on this week in the news.
I can't believe it's Monday already! With so much going on in our office last week, I nearly missed the weekend. This week, it looks like a health insurance broker wants to let the Federal government know how and why the ACA isn't working for small business. Also, Goldman Sachs has put together a free program to help small businesses. Oh, and there are apparently some available tax credits for business here in California. Here's what's happening this week.
Legal, legal, legal. Everything is about law this week, and it's not great for small businesses. The ACA subsidies got upheld by the supreme court this week, which means it will ultimately expand in California. The "Make-It-Fair" coalition wants to make sure business' property taxes can be raised annually, which means it's going to cost more for small business to stay open. And the Trans Pacific Partnership has small apparel companies concerned. Here's what's happening this week.
Sort of a wide array of news this week that comes in from many areas. For starters, the ACA's rules begin to tighten their grip on health care in 2016, which may put the squeeze on many small businesses who haven't felt it yet. In Sacramento, a recent report suggests that 2014s increased funding to Small Business Development Centers in California caused substantial growth opportunity in nearly 60,000 small businesses. And it looks like there are 4 tech companies entering the war on drought, and more can be expected. Here's what's going on this week in business news.
What a week, huh? It looks like there is a veritable smörgåsbord of news items this week. The Center for Health Reporting suggests that the SHOP exchange for Health Care isn't functioning the way it should here in California. A new set of rules from the IRS gives a bit of relief to small business owners. And exploding cats may be the next trend to follow. Here's what's happening this week.
In the news this week, we've got some varied topics. California Governor Jerry Brown faces a bill that would drive state contracting power to the unions and leave out non-union small business owners. Companies around the nations have been getting creative in their methods of dealing with the ACA fallout. And today, Facebook rolls out it's new net-wide advertising platform. Here's what's going on this week in business.