How will the Affordable Care Act impact your NYC business?

Is it much ado about nothing? Many of us are understandably concerned about changes that are going to take place when the new healthcare legislation goes into effect and how it will impact our businesses here in New York.

On July 10, the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce is hosting a panel discussion on the the Affordable Care Act to help answer some of your questions. Please see the event details and full description below:

A Special Invitation from FMA and MBAF CPAs – An Affordable Care Act Presentation

Date: 7/10/2013
Time: 8:30 AM TO 11:00 AM

Location:

Baruch College Vertical Campus
55 Lexington Avenue, 14th Floor
NY, NY

Phone:
212-473-7875

Click here to register for this MCC event.

Event Details:
Are you wondering what effects the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) will have on you and your business? You’re not alone.

Healthcare changes are on the horizon. Now is the time to plan what’s best for you, your family, employees and business.

To support our friends and family FMA and MBAF, LLC are conducting a special morning seminar that will address the coming changes and answer your questions.

A panel of experts, led by a seasoned Chamber of Commerce professional will be complimented by a seasoned CPA, nonprofit leader and insurance expert. Our panel will be moderated by FMAs Managing Director, Hilda H. Polanco.

Note: New York State has its own Healthcare Benefit Exchange and enrollment begins October 1, 2013.This seminar will also cover the New York Healthcare Benefit Exchange and will provide an overview of:

-Tax Credits For Sole Proprietors & Small Businesses
-Individual & Employer Mandates
-Individual & SHOP Exchanges
-Insurance Premium Rate Review

*8:30-continental breakfast, program begins at 9:00 sharp

This event is free but pre-registration is required.

Click here to register for this MCC event.

And, if you are interested in a free consultation  on this topic, download this flyer and request a consultation with Marcia Okon, an ACA counselor with the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce: Counseling Flyer (pdf)



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