VA Small Business Hit With 40 Percent Increase in Insurance Due to ObamaCare

'It's been a nightmare'

VA Small Biz Facing 40 Percent Increase in Insurance Costs Due to Obamacare (Washington Free Beacon)

A small business owner in Virginia faces a 40 percent cost increase in his company’s health insurance plan.

Wistar Nelligan, owner and founder of Nelligan Insulation, told WSET-VA that “Everybody is confused and nervous” about the changes Obamacare will impose on his company, which was started in 1999.

He enjoys providing health insurance for his 25 employees and says it’s a good plan with good benefits.

They’ve tried putting the premium hike off as long as possible and extending their current plan early. Their insurance policy will expire in December.

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