We encourage employers and their accountants to get, and understand this guide as soon as possible, because many unpublicized deadlines are looming for implementing cost reduction strategies. Most accountants are not looking at Obamacare yet, because they generally focus on the tax reporting requirements that happen during tax season, but by then its too late to do anything about saving money under the Affordable Care Act. There are specific cost eliminating business strategies that need to be implemented right now, in 2014. Cost reduction in the Obamacare era is not about reporting strategy, its about proactive business strategy, that must be implemented before the end of fiscal year 2014, in order to properly and fully manage an employer's costs.
No other guide or service on the internet provides real answers, on how employers can save real money, under the Obamacare employer mandates that are set to kick in within a few months. Nearly every other guide available simply explains the bullet points of the law, or is written by insurance industry representatives that want you to buy their insurance product. Our guide was written by a group of Regulatory Analysts, Tax Strategists, and Business Planners who have worked long and hard to identify every possible business and tax strategy for reducing or eliminating both health insurance and tax penalty costs to employers under Obamacare. Please read on to find out more about what we do, and click on the 'About this Guide' tab at the top left of this page, to find out more about this resource, and to get a copy of your own, that will give you a big competitive advantage over businesses that do not understand all the loopholes and business strategies for reducing employer costs under Obamacare.
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BetterBusinessPractices.Org brings Big Business expertise and services to small and mid-sized companies like yours. We are in the final countdown for Obamacare to finally hit small and mid-sized business owners in their wallet, so it’s time to do something about looking at ALL of your options, some of which include not having to buy very costly health insurance at all.
Our team of Regulatory Analysts have exhaustively researched all the Treasury Department's Affordable Care Act regulations that effect employers, and have put together a strategy guide that will give you options, and save you many many tens thousands of dollars...
What can Regulatory Strategists & Consultants do for you and your bottom line?
The short and simple answer is that Federal, State, and Local Regulators, that include everyone from the IRS, to the EPA, to your local business licensing agency, are all writing regulations that take money out of your pocket as a business owner. Regulatory and Business Analysts find ways for you to stay within the rules, while keeping more of your money. In the case of the Affordable Care Act, our Regulatory Analysts have spent thousands of hours researching every legal loophole and business strategy that employers and their accountants can use to minimize or eliminate the costs to employers associated with Obamacare's employer paid health insurance regulations.
Have you ever felt like Big Business was playing by a different set of rules than you?
Guess what, they are. Let’s take tax regulations for example. You've probably seen stories about VERY wealthy individuals, like Presidential Candidate Romney, and large corporations like GE and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, legally paying little or no taxes, and they are not doing it by simply pre-paying some bills, and pushing out some accounts receivable at the end of the tax year. Nearly every Federal, State, and Local regulation, including the tax code, has exclusions, exemptions, and deductions, commonly known as legal loopholes, that are written into them in such a way that it takes the specialized expertise of firms like ours to find, and navigate through them.
What happens is that lobbyists and special interest groups representing large industries spend billions of dollars to get a chance to write in 'loopholes' into nearly every agency's regulations, ranging from the EPA, to Taxes, to Obamacare. These so called 'loopholes' are incredibly difficult to find, as they are typically one sentence written into a 500 page law, that then refers to another sentence buried in another 200 page law, that then refers to another sub-paragraph in...well, you get the point...
It’s an imperfect system, but it’s what we have to work with. The reason it’s built like that is that politicians want to be seen as working for the middle and lower income classes, while not being overly generous to Corporate America. So they write a regulation that seems to tax the rich and give to the poor, but that really has loads of exemptions and exclusions, (loopholes) written so archaically into the fine print that neither the media, nor the average Joe, can find or understand them.
Most Regulatory 'loopholes' are so complex and convoluted that even your typical local CPA does not bother trying to properly wade through them, instead, they focus on Tax Preparation, Accounting , and other invaluable services in their practice. This means that most businesses with less than 500 employees never get a chance to play by the same rules as Big Business. Typically, big business knows about available loopholes, because they had a hand in writing them, or because they spend millions of dollars a year on firms like the Big FOUR; Deloitte, PWC, Ernst & Young, or KPMG, to be their Regulatory Analysts and advisers. Small and Mid-sized companies are often left out in the dark, unless they have one of the rare CPA's that focus their practices on Tax Planning versus Tax Preparation.
The US has one of the highest "listed" corporate tax rates in the developed world, but it also has one of the lowest "effective" corporate tax rates in the western world, which is why you hear news stories about Warren Buffet (one of the richest men in the world) saying that his secretary pays more in taxes than he does.
The result is that small and mid-sized business owners, the ones who have worked hard to build a good living for themselves, but have not become wealthy enough to pay millions of dollars a year to the BIG FOUR, end up taking the brunt of the costs enforced by the various regulatory bodies. But they don't have to, because while big business may play by separate rules than you do, you are allowed to play by the same rules as them. Our firm was formed to help small and mid-sized companies and their accountants to navigate through the hundreds of thousands of pages of regulations produced for everything from Taxes to Obamacare. We can help you play by the same rules, with the same benefits as Big Business.
The good news, is that Obamacare, just like nearly every other body of regulations issued by the government, is also fraught with valuable loopholes, but you won't find out how to use them in the media. You will need to retain someone like the Big Four, or get this guide.
The rules for big business are different, our team of regulatory and business analysts can show you how to use those rules to save tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in your company, or for your clients if you are a CPA, and you will be in the company of all of the most respected companies in the world, like Microsoft, Berkshire Hathaway, GE, Procter & Gamble, and thousands of other...This Guide focuses on business strategies that will help dramatically reduce the cost impacts and incurred penalties for employers under Obamacare. Its' written so that both the business owner and his accountants and legal advisers can fully understand and implement their choice of a range of strategies outlined in this guide.
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