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The Laughton Company hosts a free health reform seminar: The Road From Regulation to Legislation



The Laughton Company, LLC, a family-owned insurance brokerage firm specializing in group and individual insurance as well as wealth management, is holding a FREE health reform seminar, “Road from Regulation to Legislation: What you need to know now.” The seminar will inform business owners, employers and human resource professionals on the latest information about health reform and how it will directly impact businesses.. The seminar is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011 at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. at The Laughton Learning Center, The Laughton Company, 140 Washington St., Ste 100.

Jill Brooking, vice president of Benefits Compliance for the National Financial Partners organization, shares the latest news in health reform. Brooking has more than 15 years of experience on all facets of the insurance industry and focuses on critical business issues and implementation practices. She will decipher the latest regulations in force, new reporting obligations for employers and what to expect in 2012.

“Everyone knows that we’re facing a reform, but no one know what’s really going to happen,” Brooking said. “I want to confront the issues that aren’t being talked about. Business owners need to know how to prepare for these changes so their doors can stay open. That’s what this is about.”

Advance reservations are requested for this FREE seminar. RSVP to www.laughtonco.com/seminars or call 775-327-6009. For more information about the seminar or The Laughton Company, visit online at www.laughtonco.com.

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