PPACA and Your Small Business

Have you sat in your office first thing in the morning, going through the headlines on your preferred news aggregator site, seeing all of the political rhetoric and trending articles about Healthcare Reform and wonder “So, what does all of this mean for my business?” 

Here is an article from CIBC of Illinois President and CEO William Johnson about PPACA and what it means to you and your business. You can go to our website and look at the entire reform timeline in our Employer Resources area.

CIBC of Illinois is geared toward Employee Benefit Solutions that are tailored to your business, so let us know if you have a question about reform or any other part of employee benefits. It’s what we do!

This article is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. Please consult with a legal professional for legal opinions.

 To get more information on CIBC of Illinois, visit us at www.CIBCINC.Com or call toll free 877-936-3580.

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About CIBCsolutions

CIBC is a leader in the development and implementation of innovative employee benefits plans. Headquartered an hour south of Chicago in Kankakee, CIBC has branch offices throughout Illinois serving private sector clients, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies and Taft-Hartley health and welfare funds across the Midwest. Over the past two decades, we have creatively addressed the employee benefits needs of hundreds of organizations — some with as few as two employees and others with as many as 25,000 employees around the globe. A relationship with CIBC gives you access to a team of employee benefits experts who are among the most knowledgeable consultants, analysts and account managers in the industry. With more than 75 years of experience, our team commands the respect of insurers and health care providers nationwide.

Posted on September 11, 2012, in Health Care Reform and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Great Articles! Thanks!

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