Free online seminar to help small businesses better cope with current Healthcare Reform legislation

Extensis Group, LLC, in cooperation with the Marquis Agency, will present a free online seminar or webinar on April 12th to help the region's small businesses better cope with the current turmoil and confusion surrounding the recently passed Healthcare Reform legislation.  Extensis is the leading Professional Employer Organization serving the tri-state area, while Marquis Agency provides insurance solutions to highly specialized tri-state area businesses.

The program, entitled "How Will Healthcare Reform Impact Your Business?" is designed to educate business leaders about the changes proposed by the Healthcare Reform Legislation and their impact on small business.  Understanding these forces will better inform businesses of the practical steps to minimize risks from the new regulations. In addition, small businesses will find real-world solutions to potentially position themselves to take advantage of the legislation's benefits.

"The passage of Healthcare Reform has caused confusion and concern throughout the small business community," said Dan Sheridan, President of Extensis.  "With far too much conflicting information being debated in the media and business communities, there is no better time than now to review the facts of these evolving changes in today's volatile healthcare marketplace and look ahead to help area businesses chart a course to success."

Ideal for CEOs, CFOs and Business Owners, the webinar will feature subject matter experts from the Litten Group and Marquis Agency.  The webinar will be held on April 12, 2010 at 2 p.m.

Topics and Q&A subjects to be covered in the webinar include:

  • Overview of new Health Care Reform Laws
    • Mandatory employer provided coverage
    • Tax credits
    • Penalties for not meeting coverage mandates
    • "Cadillac-Plan" Taxes
    • Health insurance exchanges
    • When it all kicks in – Timeline

  • What does this reform mean for your business?
    • Impacts to your bottom line
    • Determining if you qualify for tax credits
    • How to design complaint plans that avoid penalties
    • When do you need to get started
    • Who to turn to for advice

Attendance is limited and available on a "first-come, first-served" basis.  

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Extensis Group LLC

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