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Coping with Obamacare: What are my options, how can I reduce my health care costs and what are the latest changes?

Date: June 02, 2014

You are Invited to a Special Briefing from Rochester Insurance Agent, Beth Hanggi,

NFIB’s Washington, D.C. Manager of Legislative Affairs,

Kevin Kuhlman (by conference call) and State Director Mike Hickey

 

As business owners move into year two of the new federal healthcare law, Obamacare, the majority of small employers will be renewing their policies later this summer and fall. 

Many business owners and individuals have received large increases in out of pocket costs or have experienced significant changes or restrictions compared

to their old policies. Are you asking, “What are my options at this point?”

 

Attend this important briefing with NFIB and Beth Hanggi to learn details of your options regarding Obamacare

and how to reduce costs.  Beth Hanggi, a very experienced insurance agent with 24 years of experience,

works on a daily basis with small businesses and individuals who are trying to cope and comply

with the federal healthcare law.

 

Kevin Kuhlman, Manager Legislative Affairs, House, Advocates Healthcare Reform for NFIB. He will brief business owners on the most recent

changes and delays since the implementation of Obamacare.

 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Noon-1:30PM

Ramada Inn

1517 16th Street, Rochester, MN

 

Registration Fee:  $15.00 (Includes lunch and meeting)

 

Mail checks (payable to NFIB/MN) to: 

NFIB/MN 380 Jackson St., Suite 780, St. Paul, MN  55101. 

If you prefer to pay by credit card, please call the NFIB/MN State office at 651-293-1283. 

 

RSVP by June 23 to mike.hickey@nfib.org. You are encouraged to bring a colleague or friend to this important event.      




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