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Free Affordable Care Act reporting seminar offered to Lehigh Valley businesses

Posted by Concannon Miller on Oct 8, 2015 10:00:00 AM

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affordable_care_act.jpgMajor Affordable Care Act employer reporting requirements are fast approaching and Lehigh Valley business owners should be prepared.

The Manufacturers Resource Center, in partnership with Concannon, Miller & Co. and The Equinox Agency, is offering a free seminar Nov. 3 at Bear Creek Mountain Resort & Conference Center to fully prepare Lehigh Valley business owners for the 2015 reporting requirements.

The event is intended for companies with 50 or more full-time equivalent employees, who are required to submit 1094C & 1095C tax forms by early 2016 for the 2015 year. 1095C forms are due to employees Feb. 1, 2016 while 1094C & 1095C forms are due to the IRS on Feb. 29 or March 31 if filing electronically.

The event, which includes breakfast, lunch and networking opportunities, offers advice from legal, tax and employee benefits experts. Concannon Miller Manager Ryan P. Hintenach will provide detailed instructions on how to fill out the required forms while Equinox Technology and Compliance Specialist Mike Rapoport will speak on affordability tracking. An Affordable Care Act overview update and specifics on future reporting requirements will be presented by Seyfarth Shaw Partner James R. Napoli.

Additional event sponsors include The John Yurconic Agency, bswift and Streamline HR.

Further details and online registration can be found at Companies are limited to two attendees and registration by Oct. 27 is preferred. 

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