Solo and small law firms say two of their biggest concerns are taxes and health insurance expenses, according to a recent report.
An upcoming Alta Pro webinar might offer the perfect solution on both counts.
In its Q4 2019 report, the National Write Your Congressman organization – which advocates for small businesses – polled small business owners on their biggest fears.
The number one concern was finding qualified workers, followed by worries about taxes and health insurance costs.
On January 23, Alta Pro is partnering with TASC (Total Administrative Services Corporation) to present the free webinar “Using Tax-Advantaged Solutions: Helping small businesses offer affordable healthcare.” The webinar begins at 12 pm CST/1 PM EST and lasts one hour. You’re invited! Tell your small business clients to attend as well.
Using Tax-Advantaged Solutions for Healthcare
Alta Pro Lawyers RPG has partnered with TASC to invite you to learn how small businesses like yours can save an average of over $5,000 per year on their taxes through IRS Section 105 Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRA).
Simply put, a
Section 105 HRA lets small businesses declare medical expenses as business
expenses rather than a personal deduction. Alta Pro strives to give our members
access to valuable tools and services to better run their businesses.
Webinar attendees will learn:
- Who is TASC and why has Alta Pro partnered with them?
- How IRS Section 105 Health Reimbursement Arrangements can save you real tax $$.
- How you can get this substantial tax benefit and stay compliant with the IRS and DOL.
- How you will attract and retain top talent by providing valuable employee benefits.
- How to go about implementing a Health Reimbursement Arrangement.
It’s not too late to sign up for the webinar. Do it here.
If you practice in Wisconsin, Texas, Minnesota, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana or Michigan, you can stay a step ahead of the competition by being a member of Alta Pro Lawyers RPG. You’ll get access to free webinars, the Pro Practice Playbook, Reminger ProLink, Ask the Risk Pro and more. Here’s how to join.