Decision’s Impact on Churches and Nonprofits
WINCHESTER, Va. – ECFA will provide essential information for churches and nonprofit organizations regarding the impact of last week’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court in a one-hour webinar, “Impact of Supreme Court’s Decision on Healthcare,” on July 18 at 1 p.m. EDT.
“The Supreme Court decision to uphold much of the nation’s health care law clarifies many issues,” said Dan Busby, ECFA president. “After the long wait for this ruling, churches and nonprofit organizations need an immediate grasp on the key elements of healthcare reform they are facing. These issues include the impact of health care exchanges, the “pay or play” penalties and the contraceptive mandate.”
The webinar will be led by Danny Miller, a partner in the Washington, D. C., office of Conner & Winters, LLP, a Tulsa, Okla.-based law firm, and a member of the firm’s Employee Benefits Group. A graduate of Vanderbilt University School of Law, Miller has been practicing in the employee benefits area since 1974.
Registration for the healthcare webinar is open at www.ecfa.org/Events.aspx. The cost is free for ECFA members and $39 for registered users. A recording of the webinar will be available following the session through the ECFA website at no cost for ECFA members and $29 for nonmembers.
Continuing education credits are available through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and the National Association of Church Business Administration (NACBA).
ECFA, founded in 1979, provides accreditation to leading Christian nonprofit organizations that faithfully demonstrate compliance with the ECFA standards pertaining to financial accountability, fundraising and board governance. To learn more about ECFA, including information about accreditation and a listing of ECFA-accredited members, visit www.ecfa.org or call 1-800-323-9473.
- The Wesleyan Church Accredited by ECFA (faithinspires.wordpress.com)
- You: Florida says no to two US healthcare law features – Reuters (in.reuters.com)
- Support for Obamacare rises after supreme court ruling (guardian.co.uk)