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Attracting & Hiring the Right Employees

Join us on March 27, 2018 for this FREE HR Business Symposium

You are invited to attend our Free educational HR Business symposium on “How to Attract & Hire the Right Employee” featuring speaker, Jay Forte.  Jay has been a regular speaker at the SHRM national conventions and we hired him as an expert to help clients gain insight and valuable knowledge in the hiring process. Complimentary lunch is included. Email by Monday March 19, 2018 to register for this event!


We understand that in today’s workplace finding the Right Talent is “Key” to your company’s success and feel you and your company would benefit greatly as Jay presents 3 critical areas required to attract and hire the right employee. 

You are welcome to bring or send on your behalf anyone who would benefit from this material.
The symposium is certified for 3 continuing education credits with SHRM (Society of Human Management).
Looking forward to seeing you there!

Breaking News LIVE from D.C. 2/27/18

Breaking News LIVE from D.C.!

Greg Liposky with Representative Kevin Brady (TX), Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, after a successful private lunch discussion on proposed Health Care Legislative changes. Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 – Washington D.C.        
Last week marked my 10th annual visit to participate in the National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) Capitol Conference in Washington D.C.  This is a VERY important symposium collaborating and working with our Congressional Delegates to help develop exceptional health care solutions.  NAHU members had another productive year in making significant progress during this very ambitious four day schedule!
Below are the top five focal points we presented in our Congressional meetings that addressed viable solutions to help solve our national health care crisis.
  1. Preserving the employer tax exclusion (deductibility) for health care benefits provided to employees.
  2. Eliminate the excessive employer reporting requirements under the ACA laws especially now that the individual mandate has been repealed in the new tax reform bill.
  3. Increase flexibility for HSA plans to allow for several diagnostic Dr. visits (without having to meet plan deductible first) and allow funding to HSA accounts to equal the total out of pocket exposure for all HSA plan designs.
  4. Create high risk reinsurance pools managed by each state to take care of the high/catastrophic cost claimants (.5% of population) and significantly reduce premium costs for a majority of the insured population.
  5. Permanently repealing the Health Insurance Tax and Cadillac Excise Tax.
Additional agenda items included significant Medicare improvements/modifications and market stabilization recommendations to reduce costs and improve individual and employer market risk pools.
To review both our current and past legislative successes that will ultimately help deliver high quality of care, and cost reduction solutions to all Americans, click here.
Greg Liposky

Health Care Bulletin

President Signs Executive Order Designed to Change ACA Rules

  On October 12, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order intended to change certain rules under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The order would relax regulations on association health plans. This change would allow individuals and small business to purchase health insurance policies across state lines and avoid certain ACA requirements.
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Breaking News: House Republicans Pass Amended AHCA

The House Republicans voted to pass the AHCA with several amendments. The AHCA will now move on to be considered by the Senate. The AHCA would allow states to receive waivers from essential health benefit rules and includes additional funding for state stability funds. Click below to download the full article for further details and explanations. IMPORTANT DATES: 3/23/2017 – House Republicans canceled vote and pulled legislation 5/4/2017 – House Republicans pass AHACA on a party-line vote     Download the full article here