Practical Solutions to ACA/Obamacare

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At the recent Capital Area Franchise Association meeting in Washington D.C, jointly produced with the IAFD, we had a great round-table on how to comply with the new ACA/Obamacare regulations.

Some great ideas, and much discussion.

Obviously, much more practical work needs to be done before October, 2013.  

Looking forward to you joining us providing some answers for the franchise community.  

More round-tables like this need to happen.

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