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AmeriCU Announces: Complimentary Healthcare Reform Seminar Tuesday, November 5

October 18, 2013

AmeriCU will be offering a complimentary seminar for small businesses on what the new “ObamaCare” health care reform and exchanges will mean to employers and their employees, compliments of AmeriCU Credit Union. The seminar will tell you what you need to know, including the potential impacts to you and your business, and what you should consider going forward.

The presentation will be given by Mr. Erick B. Bond, who has significant knowledge and experience on both the benefits and challenges of integrated products, including the combination of disability products with traditional medical plans as well as consumer-directed health plans. He has experience with a wide variety of services, including basic and voluntary life, business travel, accident, LTD, STD, DBL and TBD as well as experience with a variety of voluntary, elective contributory and tax-choice services.

The seminar will be offered Tuesday, November 5, in the Laurel II Room at the Maplewood Inn 400 7th North St, Liverpool. 

8:00am - Registration/Breakfast

8:30-10:30am - Presentation

Topics Include:

• Individual Marketplace/Exchange and Subsidies/Premium Assistance

• Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP)

• Filed Product Changes and Filed Rates for 2014

• Being Prepared for an Audit: EBC Compliance

We hope you will join us for what promises to be a very informative and timely session! Please RSVP no later than 12:00PM Friday, November 1, 2013

 

 

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