The Town of North Hempstead holds its latest in an ongoing series of seminars helping North Hempstead’s business community
, “Part II—The Affordable Health Care Act, Its Tax Implications & Health Benefits—One Year Later,” on March 20, at the Harbor Links Club House, beginning at 8 a.m. A free continental breakfast is included with registration.
A panel of experts will clear up any misconceptions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and detail what the federal requirements are, how it can affect a business owner and employees, what impact it could have on a business’s bottom line, what the tax implications are, and what the covered benefits are.
The seminar will feature a returning panel of experts.
Business and Tourism Development Corp. (BTDC) Executive Director Kim Kaiman said: “Business owners must now provide coverage for their workers or pay penalties. Unfortunately, very few business owners know exactly what the new ACA is going to mean to them, or who qualifies as a “Small Business,” and this lack of understanding has sparked a lot of debate. Our returning panel of experts will detail the expanded coverage of benefits, the NY Health Benefits Exchange, options for employers with 50 or fewer full-time employees, and the costs and tax implications for all.”
The seminar is free and all business owners are welcome to attend. Preregistration is required. To register, call 516-869-7614, or visit online at www.btdc.biz/onlineregistration.asp.