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The Big Business Side of Healthcare Reform


Business  (tags: economics, business, finance, healthcare, usa healthcare, business healthcare )

Marina
- 1552 days ago - visualeconomics.com
The new healthcare bill might look great from a lot of angles, but how about from the angle of big businesses? There's a lot of money being thrown around under the bill, and big companies are going to take a serious hit.



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Cam V. (417)
Saturday April 24, 2010, 7:40 pm
It is not the business who will suffer this. It will be their employees and these are businesses who already give a great health care package to their employees. So who is going to suffer?
 

. (0)
Saturday April 24, 2010, 8:41 pm
Actually, big businesses can come out of this much better off financially. The health plans many offer their employees cost them a fortune, but they can drop those plans and provide their employees with NO insurance, pay the $750.00 fine per employee and save MILLIONS. You can expect that scenario to play out even more so for small businesses where health care insurance cost between $2,000.00 and $3,000.00 per employee a year. You tell me what you would do if you were a small business owner facing that kind of expense.
 

Patricia R. (12)
Sunday April 25, 2010, 3:12 am
such a big country still uncapable of figuring out how to keep its assets (population) healthy. financial wisdom in usa? na, it's a 500 year old country still learning. too bad that they can't learn anything from its forefathers (almost as if they'd speak another language altogether).
people make a country, not just the animals and the trees.
what is the fear here? TV is after all one of the biggest 'socialist' mediums ever. afraid of losing money? how can a country lose money when it has such a big population/assets? nonsense, lies and videotapes
 
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