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Affordable Care Act Small Alabama Employer Survival Guidance

Tommy Eden III, Partner at the law firm of Costangy, Brooks and Smith, and Rosemary Elebash, State Director of the National Federal of Independent Business (NFIB), provide an overview of the recent changes to the Affordable Care Act, and how these changes will affect small businesses and the healthcare benefits they provide for their employees. For a downloadable and printable version of the Powerpoint, please visit: http://www.aces.edu/events

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