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IRS Issues Final Regulations on PPACA's Employer Mandate
On Feb. 10, 2014, the IRS issued much-anticipated guidance - in the form of final regulations - relating to PPACA's employer mandate. The final regulations reiterate much of the guidance published in the Dec. 27, 2012, proposed regulations, but add some very important clarifications. Below is a summary of the most important changes. Click on the title above to read more.
IMPORTANT UPDATE - NAM Poster Rule Victory
AICC represents the Independent sector of the packaging industry and serves as the voice that carries the interests and concerns of the Independent to Capitol Hill and our elected officials. AICC's Government Affairs Committee is responsible for monitoring the activities of governmental bodies that relate to the industries which we represent, and recommending and implementing strategies to promote the best interest of our members, their companies and the industries they serve.
AICC's Government Affairs Committee proposes reviews and evaluates legislative and regulatory actions that impact the packaging and manufacturing community. The Committee is comprised of AICC Members and Officers with interest and concerns to the impact that government and government policy has on our industries and businesses.
AICC's Government Affairs Committee is charged with creating tools, organizing events and forming Association positions to address government policy, laws and regulations that affect the Association, its Members, their businesses and the industries we serve.
AICC Government Affairs Committee Members
Mark Williams, Richmond Corrugated, Chairman
Nan Harrison, Hycorr Machine
George Sickinger, Color Resolutions
Lee Shillito, Triad Packaging of Tennessee
David Urquhart, New England Wooden Ware
Marty Englander, Englander DZignPak
Chuck Fienning, Sumter Packaging Corp.
Lia Poteet, Appalachain State University/AICC Government Intern
Steve Schmitt, Jet Container Corporation
Roger Poteet, Poteet Printing Systems
Lou Wetmore, Triad Packaging
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