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Are you ready for the new health care law?

Posted on August 29, 2012

With the Supreme Court’s recent ruling upholding the new national health care law, the Tire Industry Association (TIA) and Select Benefits Communications Group (SBCG) are hosting a webinar on Sept. 5, 2012, at 1 p.m. EST.

The webinar is intended to help tire dealers begin the process of preparing for the law’s implementation. To register, click here. This webinar is free and open to all in the tire industry.

The webinar will touch on major medical and indemnity limited medical plans now being offered at very competitive rates through TIA. Also covered will be the transition for complying with the requirements of the new health care reform that goes into effect in January 2014.

TIA says tire dealerships should begin the transformation process now for a smooth transition for meeting the new health care law requirements.

“With the new health care law moving ahead, TIA felt it was important to identify and promote a program that would help meet the health benefit needs of tire dealers, but also to guide them through the transition to the new national health care reform that takes effect in 2014,” said Roy Littlefield, TIA’s executive vice president.

Related Topics: Health Care Law, Roy Littlefield, Tire Industry Association, Webinars

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