Small business owners hold the key to saving on health insurance premiums for themselves, their businesses and their employees.

Frank Knapp, President and CEO of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce was interviewed this week on WTMA in Charleston, WVOC in Columbia and WRNN in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Mr. Knapp talked with John Quincy (WTMA), Gary David (WVOC) as well as Dave Priest and Leanne Graham (WRNN) about the November 1st start of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace that now offers larger premium subsidies that can benefit:

  1. Small business owners with individual health insurance policies.
  2. Employees of small businesses that do not offer groups health insurance.
  3. Small business owners who do offer group health insurance

Listen to the interviews:





Small business owners can learn more about their opportunities to save on health insurance for themselves, their businesses and their employees by calling the SC Small Business Chamber at 803-252-5733.

The SCSBCC does not sell insurance.  Membership is not required for assistance.

The SCSBCC and the SC Primary Health Care Association have launched a multi-year effort to increase health insurance enrollment in the state.

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