As the March 31st enrollment deadline looms, you know you need to know more about the Affordable Care Act, but you don’t know exactly what it is you need to ask.
New York, NY - February 3rd, 2014 - As the March 31st enrollment deadline looms, you know you need to know more about the Affordable Care Act, but you don’t know exactly what it is you need to ask.
The New York State Society of CPAs is offering a one-day workshop – February 11, 2014 from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. - that explains everything individuals, families and small business owners need to know about how the ACA works and the options it does and does not offer.
Come learn more about the health exchanges, the nuances of the different levels of coverage – their premiums and deductibles; the qualifying rules for tax credits and subsidies, and how the tax penalty works, accrues and will be enforced if you choose not to enroll in a healthcare program.
This free and interactive workshop is recommended for individuals, business owners, public officials and community-service providers that will likely receive inquiries and calls for more information from their employees and constituents.
The discussion – to be led by ACA expert Daniel G. Mazzola, CPA and a member of the Society’s Personal Financial Planning Committee - will be held at the New York State Society of CPAs offices at 14 Wall Street, 19th Floor, New York, N.Y.
About the NYSSCPA
Founded in 1897, the NYSSCPA is the premiere professional accounting association for more than 29,000 certified public accountants residing and practicing in New York State, encompassing all areas of public practice, including in government, education, non-profit, real estate, small business and entertainment. Visit our website for more information.