Monday, October 1, 2012

Employee Benefits Compliance Review Webinar

You are invited to join us for our Employee Benefits Compliance Review webinar on October 25, 2012.

1:00-2:30 PM Eastern
Noon-1:30 PM Central
10:00-11:30 AM Pacific

Reserve your seat EARLY – click this link now:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/520806952

Please be sure to note the name of the firm (Senn Dunn Insurance) that invited you when completing your webinar registration.

Seats will be limited! Be sure to sign into the webinar early on October 25.

This session will take a broad look ahead at the employee benefit compliance issues employers will face in 2013. While health reform has dominated the conversation recently, there are other important employee benefit compliance related issues that employers will face. While the actual topics of the session may change due to legislative and regulatory developments, expect the following issues to be covered:

• The IRS is expected to release final Section 125 regulations later in 2012
• HHS will have completed their random HIPAA audit pilot program and released a report on compliance issues they have found
• A review of other pending and late breaking benefit compliance issues

Presented by: Bob Radecki, President, Benefit Comply, LLC
Bob Radecki has more than 30 years’ experience in the HR and employee benefits industry helping employers deal with difficult benefit and compliance matters.  Previously, Bob founded and served as President of A.E. Roberts Company, a nationally recognized compliance consulting and training firm.  He has served as the principal HIPAA consultant to a number of health insurance companies, and is recognized as an expert on a variety of benefit compliance issues including COBRA, FMLA, Health Reform and more.  Bob has been the featured speaker at numerous industry events and conferences, and has published a number of articles concerning various compliance issues.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

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