Who is Eligible?
Covered California for Small Business
You are eligible for Covered California for Small Business if:
You have at least one but no more than 100 eligible employees and meet certain contribution and participation requirements.
You have at least one employee who receives a W-2.
The majority of your eligible employees live in California.
You are eligible for Covered California for Small Business if you have 100 or fewer full-time-equivalent employees.
If you are a sole proprietor, with no W-2-receiving employees, you may be eligible to purchase coverage through Covered California’s individual marketplace.
For questions about CCSB eligibility, please contact us at (800) 650-0922.
When is Money Smart Week?
March 30th - April 6th, 2019.
How do I participate?
Fill out the form below to receive more information or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are classes in Doña Ana County offered in both English and Spanish?
Yes. Several of the classes will be offered in both languages.
How Can I Stay Connected?
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What are some topics that will be discussed?
Money Smart partners include community groups, financial institutions, government departments and schools. All partners present educational activities to promote financial awareness. Topics include budgeting, understanding credit, and much more.
What is Money Smart Week?
Money Smart Week is a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordination of organizations across the country including businesses, financial institutions, schools, libraries, not-for-profits, government agencies and the media. These groups come together once a year to stress the importance of financial literacy, inform consumers about where they can get help and provide free educational seminars and activities throughout the week. Programming is offered to all demographics and income levels and covers all facets of personal finance from establishing a budget to first time home buying to estate planning. The effort was created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002.