Set in Atlantic City, the 2014 Workplace Benefits Renaissance, held Feb. 24-26 at the Trump Taj Mahal, features a can’t-miss presentation from the head of the Employers Association on New Jersey breaking down the impact of the ACA on employers. From tax benefits to compliance requirements, small and medium-sized enterprises now have to deal with the challenges — and benefits — of the law. In this session John Sarno, president and general counsel the Employers Association of New Jersey, will discuss how the law has impacted the more than 1,000 New Jersey businesses that are members of the Employers Association.

Read Sarno’s pre-conference blog here for his take on employer size and ACA compliance.

Then, on Tuesday Feb. 25, hear updates from the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers CEO and State Director Brenda Hopper on how NJSBDC is helping small businesses to expand their operations, manage growth, or start new ventures. No matter where you live, you’ll take ideas home to put in practice today. Hopper and her staff are experts at helping established small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs to develop business plans, find financing, identify new markets and expand their operations.

To register today, visit http://eba.benefitnews.com/conferences/renaissance/

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