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6/13/2013 5:00:00 AM
How Health Care Reform will affect small business topic of Chamber lunch

Norman Clarke, CEO of Clarke and Company Benefits

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Norman Clarke, CEO of Clarke and Company Benefits

RelayHealth will present the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce’s “Business Over Lunch” meeting on Tuesday, June 18 in Asbury Hall on the Wesley Commons campus (1110 Marshall Road).  Registration for the meeting will open at 11:30 a.m. with the lunch and program at noon.

The program will featured Norman Clarke of Clarke and Company Benefits as guest speaker. His program, entitled “Health Care Reform: The Path to Compliance,” will focus on the new legislation’s impact on small businesses.  “Businesses have different obligations under the new law, based on their size and other factors,” said Chamber Director of Small Business Jeff Smith.  “It can be very confusing to know if you’re actually in compliance with the law, so we hope business managers and owners will attend to have some of their concerns addressed.”

Other sponsors of this luncheon include Northland Communication, Piedmont Health Group and Wesley Commons. Cost for the luncheon is $10 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members.  Reservations are required by Friday, June 14, and may be made by calling the Greenwood Chamber at 223-8431, ext. 234, or by e-mailing

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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Article comment by: mack bolan

Nothing to figure out, business will cut hours & employees so they don't have to provide it, pay the fines which will be cheaper, unless they have gotten a waiver which a lot of big companies did. The average self employed will either bite the bullett & pay the much higher cost or just drop it & pay the government fine ( I mean tax, or is it a tax?) Either way the point of this whole thing was not to make health insurance more affordable or better, it was to get private insurance out & government public option in period. Obama said this himself before he was elected the first time, even the Republicans do not want to stop this they want the power & control over the money & people just as much as the Democrats. But its too late now to do anything so people get government run health care is going to be all the way implemented very soon, along with all the taxes, new laws, & all the red tape you can handle. Along with a government worker who will know no more than you about how it works.

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