Tag: Taxes

Will Obamacare Work Better in Year Two?

Josh Schultz works in New York City helping elderly and disabled people access health insurance and afford health care. He welcomes comments about this article or suggestions for future topics. This post consists of only his own views. Previous columns can be found here –  “Taking Triple Aim on Health Care.” The ACA’s second year … Continued

Change Is Coming to Obamacare?

Josh Schultz works in New York City helping elderly and disabled people access health insurance and afford health care. He welcomes comments about this article or suggestions for future topics. This post consists of only his own views, and will be cross-posted to the American Emerging Local Government Leaders network under his column, “Taking Triple … Continued

Should I Hire a CPA?

The Friendly Accountant is Back To help our members with their financial questions, Nathan Reagan of Handy & Reagan LLC is here to provide answers.  This is week it’s “When Should I Hire a CPA?” Background Check on Handy & Reagan, LLC. Handy & Reagan LLC is a 40-year family-owned practice where Your success is our success.  You will find a … Continued

Triple Aim: Talking About Obamacare’s Costs

This is another installment of an ELGL original content series titled “Taking Triple Aim on Health Care” by Josh Schultz.  Josh is a Client Services Associate at Medicare Rights Center, New York Talking About Obamacare’s Costs The Health Insurance Marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) opened for business this week. We’ve seen some preliminary … Continued

How two state tax systems have (and haven’t) shaped metro Portland

By Josh Goodman, Stateline Staff Writer VANCOUVER, Washington — To understand how tough Tom Craig’s job is, you only have to take a look at the sign in the window of the store he manages: “NO SALES TAX—We Pay It For You.” Craig is the president of Sparks Home Furnishings in downtown Vancouver, a city that’s … Continued

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