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    Benefit Trends in the World of the ACA

    Date: June 16, 2016, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Kelly Haab-Tallitsch
    Elgin Community College, University & Business Center- Dining Room, 1700 Spartan Drive - Building E, Elgin, Illinois 60123
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    Join us for a one-hour program on the continuing impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on benefit plan design.  Employee Benefits Attorney Kelly Haab-Tallitsch will cover strategies for addressing the upcoming non-discrimination provisions and the Cadillac Tax on high-cost health plans, navigating conflicting guidance on wellness plans, and differentiating your benefits program in the highly regulated, post-ACA environment.  She will also discuss strategies to reduce employers’ potential liability under the ACA whistleblower provisions and emerging claims for benefits interference based on reductions in employee hours.

    About our presenter Kelly Haab-Tallitsch:

    In an industry full of new regulations and federal agency rulings, Kelly can narrow down information and help her clients see what is relevant to them. Her background in corporate human resources allows her to understand her clients’ predicaments. She knows how a legal matter can impact an organization and can help clients proactively address legal issues.

    Kelly regularly counsels clients on employee benefit compliance, helping employers understand their obligations under the Affordable Care Act and how to comply with the ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code. She defends clients against general employment discrimination claims and handles matters such as the Department of Labor benefit plan audits and designing compliant deferred compensation plans.

    When she is not in the office she is with her husband and three kids, attending soccer games, dance performances and school events. She is also a volunteer Board Member for TriCity Family Services, a local community mental health agency.

    Reservations not cancelled 3 days prior to the meeting will be charged the cost of the meal.