What the upcoming vote to replace the ACA could mean for small businesses
Senate Republican leaders are sending strong signals they'll try to get a vote by the Fourth of July on a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act.
What might this mean for small businesses? They need to compete for talent with large companies and that typically means offering health insurance.
But small businesses often find that difficult because of cost and other burdens.
Craig Vanderburg, chief operating officer at Trion Solutions, joined Stateside to talk about the effects the Affordable Care Act has had on small businesses and the difference the American Health Care Act may make.
Trion Solutions manages payroll, insurance coverage, benefits and other HR-related functions for small businesses.