Healthcare – If you want to learn about it, read on…

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The small business people over at Wells Fargo recently asked me to moderate a panel on the topic of healthcare and the costs and impact healthcare has on small businesses.

For some, healthcare may be the stumbling block that keeps them from ever endeavering into entrepreneurship – the dayjob’s health benefits are too much of a crutch (no pun intended).

The webcast includes a panel of people who are true experts on the topic and I am very confident that you’ll learn the true lay of the land, actionable tactics, and erase some of the confusion that most people have when it comes to smart decisions about healthcare for yourself and your employees (if you have them).

This link takes you to their sign-up page – the webcast is this week. Hope you find it helpful.

 

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