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Friday, April 30, 2010

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Evansville Area Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club Gets a Dose of Healthcare Reform at May 12 Meeting



What impact does healthcare reform have on self-employed entrepreneurs and on small business owners?



One impact from healthcare reform is a small employer tax credit, available this year. Attorney Cynthia Van Bogaert will address the tax credit and other aspects affecting small businesses at the Evansville Area Inventors & Entrepreneurs meeting Wednesday, May 12. The meeting, open to the public, is set for 6:30 p.m. in the lower level of the historic Eager Economy Building at 7 E. Main St.



Van Bogaert is a partner with Boardman, Suhr, Curry & Field, LLP, in Madison, and chairperson of the employee benefits practice group. She also is co-author of the 401(k) plans manual, and author of the 401(k) column on the employee benefits web site, www.benefitslink.com.



Every monthly meeting of the Evansville I&E Club offers ideas, connections, advice and more. After the main program, each attendee has a minute or so to talk about their business, invention, idea or problem that needs a solution. This informal form of networking has become a popular feature of the club, whether you are an inventor, entrepreneur, established business person, investor or supportive patron.



On a lighter note, another benefit is sampling refreshments at the meeting. In May, refreshments are sponsored by Formecology, LLC, specializing in beautiful, sustainable outdoor living. Based in Evansville, Formecology and its president, John Gishnock III, have a regional presence evidenced in residential landscapes that are artful and environmentally friendly.



Club meetings are free, thanks to donations and business sponsors like Formecology, LLC. Inquiries about the club may be directed to I&E Club President John Gishnock at 608-882-6656.

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