News

Delegate Solutions | News

Businesses leave BILLIONS in unclaimed Employee Retention Credits

DS Expert Chat:

Businesses leave BILLIONS in unclaimed Employee Retention Credits

We chatted with Brendan Hester, founder of ePay Business Solutions. Watch Brendan explain how we are leaving money on the table as employers who might be eligible for tons of cash via unclaimed Employee Retention Credits.

0 Comments
Read More

Clear Marketing That Actually Works

DS Expert Chat:

Clear Marketing That Actually Works

Our guest for this #ExpertChat is Benjamin Berman. Ben is a lifelong entrepreneur who has started and sold multiple businesses. He now devotes his life to helping others get what they want from theirs by building businesses and marketing engines that just work. Listen in to our conversation to learn more!

0 Comments
Read More

Make Time For What Matters Most

DS Expert Chat:

Make Time For What Matters Most

On this Expert Chat, Delegate Solutions CEO Emily Morgan discussed how to "Make Time for What Matters Most" with visionary leader, entrepreneur, author, and coach Bob Shenefelt of iMatter.com.

0 Comments
Read More

How To Drive Exponential Revenue Growth

DS Expert Chat:

How To Drive Exponential Revenue Growth

Are you looking to 10 or 100x your revenue? Learn from one of our favorite revenue growth experts, Darrell Amy - cofounder of Convergo, as he shares his 27 years of sales and marketing expertise that you can apply to your business!

On this Expert Chat, Delegate Solutions CEO Emily Morgan sat with Darrell to discuss ways to drive exponential revenue growth.

0 Comments
Read More

New Health Care Laws for Small Business Owners, Accounting Reports You Should be Paying Attention to, and How to Beat the Summer Slowdown

KNOW | TWELVE, JULY 2019 

The Trump Administration's Newest Health Care Rule Could Shake Up Small Business Benefits Nationwide

In less than six months, small business employees could have some of the same health insurance tax benefits as workers at large corporations.

 

Last month, the Trump administration issued a rule making health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) plans more accessible to workers nationwide. The use of HRA plans, which are funded with pre-tax money by employers, has long been restricted to exclude paying for insurance premiums. The new ruling, which goes into effect in January 2020, will change that.

 

Historically, larger organizations with many employees have more negotiating power than smaller firms, and can obtain stronger health insurance plans for their employees at lower rates. The Trump administration is framing the new rule as a way for some small businesses to level the playing field.

 

"There are some employers who would like to offer their employees health coverage, but the requirements have become so extensive or the cost has become so high, that they aren't able to," Alexandra Campau, a former special assistant for health policy to President Trump, told the Journal. - INC

0 Comments
Read More

    SUBSCRIBE · SHARE · ISSUE ARCHIVE

    LATEST 12LITE ISSUES

    Categories

    more >