The Pike County Chamber of Commerce would like to make every person aware of one of the most sweeping changes since the enactment of Social Security that is about to descend on American Business and yet, little is known about it. In a very special 90-minute seminar on Thursday, February 28, 2013, you will have an opportunity to hear from three fine professionals as to what is about to happen with respect to this new law. Joseph Sileo is an attorney with the firm of McNees, Wallace & Nurick in Scranton, PA. Joseph's firm specializes in this new law and other labor and management issues. He and his colleagues, Jennifer LaPorta Baker, Esq. and Jennifer Walsh, Esq., will be on hand to address issues facing small and medium-sized businesses. They will be presenting in conjunction with Jeff Haudenschield, Co-Founder of The Benefits Group. Also, a representative from the CPA firm of Judelson, Giordano & Siegel, PC will address the fiscal implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Those who attend this seminar will be far better prepared to deal with the requirements of this law.
Joseph Sileo, Esq.
The most controversial and far-reaching requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka "Health Care Reform") take effect in January 2014. Many business executives and HR professionals are struggling with the ever-evolving and often confusing health-care reform information coming at them daily. This session is designed to educate businesses about the practical steps they should be taking now in order to stay on top of PPACA compliance in 2013 and 2014. We will address recent changes that have taken effect and provide guidance on how to prepare for the sweeping changes that are scheduled to take effect in 2014, including shared responsibility penalties and health care exchanges.
This seminar is designed to bring clarity to businesses as well as individuals on the many pressing issues that will be part of their decisions regarding health coverage in the coming months, including: the definition and importance of "full time" employment status under PPACA, the "shared responsibility" requirements and what they mean for your business, an update on Pennsylvania's approach to establishing a health care exchange, important notice requirements, a review of the important deadlines over the next few years and what you should be doing to prepare and practical steps that businesses of all sizes should be doing now.
Reservations are required by calling 570-296-8700 for this breakfast seminar on Thursday, February 28th at the Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing in Matamoras, PA beginning promptly at 7:30a.m. Cost is $15.00 for Pike Chamber Members or $20.00 for Non-Members which includes a full breakfast buffet. Since this impacts everyone, we are expecting a very large group so please call to reserve your seat as soon as possible.
Photo is Joseph Sileo, Esq.