Tuesday October 21, 6-7 pm
Health Plans for Small Businesses/Entrepreneurs/Contract Workers
If you are a small business owner, entrepreneur or contract worker you may be confused about changes in our health care system. Learn how to navigate the Affordable Care Act and how it impacts on small businesses, entrepreneurs. Topics include: 1) Open enrollment periods; 2) Qualifying for subsidies; and 3) Compliance requirements for small businesses.
Attendees will benefit from this program if: 1) small businesses with employees ranging from 3 people and above; 2) they have employees retiring or turning 65; 3) they would like to learn more about the Affordable Care Act (aka, Obama Care).
Maribeth Fencl is a licensed insurance broker certified to work with Affordable Care Act plans and assist businesses and people in qualifying for subsidies. She partners with multiple carriers like BCBS, Humana, AARP, and other Affordable Care Act Plans. Education on our new health care plan requirements provides knowledge and peace of mind in choosing the right individual health plans for you and your family, as well as your employees.
Contact Number: 630-627-0316
ONLINE LEARNING to enhance your business skills:
Choose from hundreds of courses, from a six week class to a 5 minute tutorial. Software skill building to Business 101, Financial and Accounting seminars, and how to start and run your own business are just a few of the courses offered.
It's Good Business to Use the Library
Helen Plum Library has a lot to offer for you and your business.
FREE ACCESS to Library Resources: Research databases like Business Insights, Demographics Now, and the Small Business Resource Center.
Use AtoZ Database to find information about corporate locations and executives, and to find potential clients from new homeowners listings.
A LIBRARY CARD for yourself and your employees? If you are a business owner in Lombard you qualify for a business library card which would give you access to the extensive resources the library has to offer our business community. This includes access to all of the databases offered by the library from your link to the library website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A business library card is good for three years.
Lael Laning, Business Librarian