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Concannon Miller, BSI Corporate Benefits Hosting “The Winning 5-Year Plan” Seminar

Posted by Concannon Miller on Sep 6, 2017 8:00:00 AM

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winning 5 year plan.jpgCritical long-term planning advice for business executives will be presented in a seminar Concannon Miller is taking part in with its strategic partner BSI Corporate Benefits.

“Regain Control of Your Healthcare Spend: The Winning 5-Year Plan,” will offer numerous actionable tips on how businesses can save on healthcare and taxes.

BSI will detail the benefits of its BSI CORE program, designed to help employers solve the unpredictability of their healthcare costs. It is a preferred, stop-loss, self-funded platform that safeguards employers from risk and allows decision-makers to credibly develop a 5-year strategy to control their healthcare spend.

Concannon Miller’s Tony Deutsch and Andy Kahn will outline four key pillars of a successful planning process to achieve long-term financial results, including growth, cost containment, workforce and business sustainability.

The seminar will provide important information just in time for 2018 budget planning. The event is free, and breakfast is included. Additional details can be found here.

“Regain Control of Your Healthcare Spend: The Winning 5-Year Plan”

Thursday, September 21, 2017 at Coca-Cola Park

7:30 a.m. – Registration, Breakfast and Networking

8:30 a.m. – Program

10:15 a.m. – Question & Answer Session

To register, go to FiveYearPlanning.Com


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