The Top 4 Insurance Mistakes on:
18, 2010 at 10 am ET
Often because of changes in your
personal or business life over time, your insurance coverages
can become inadequate or not needed for the current or new
direction of your life or business.
Because I see financials more
often than most people I see the biggest mistakes most people
make when they do not assess what their policies and coverages
should be or changed to, based on their financial situations.
On this call I'll cover the 4
biggest mistakes most people make, the range of consequences
and what you can do to avoid them.
As a valued client I want to
give you a quick
update on the top changes so your are invited to attend
a live free conference
call on Friday, May 28th
starting at 10:00 am ET.
My staff and I
will cover these issues plus take your questions on:
1) 2010 Hire Act - Tax
Credit for Retention
- Who is a Qualified Employer?
- Who is a Qualified Employee?
2) Small Business Healthcare
3) Excise Tax on High
Cost Employer Sponsored Healthcare Coverage
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For questions or more information call me, Paul Sullivan, at 240-316-3531.
Many small businesses and
tax-exempt organizations that provide health insurance
coverage to their employees now qualify for a special tax
Included in the health care reform legislation - the Patient
Protection and Affordable Care Act - which was approved by
Congress and signed by President Obama on March 23, the credit
is designed to encourage small employers to offer health
insurance coverage for the first time or maintain coverage
they already have.... (more)
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call me, Paul Sullivan, at 240-316-3531.
Call our offices if you have any
questions about these or any other accounting related issues, at 301-657-8080.
Regards, Paul Sullivan, CPA