Chicago Family Business Council at DePaul University presents a seminar for
business owners to learn how to protect their business from additional state
taxes and how to react to the Accountable Care Act during a Nov. 14 seminar at
Northwestern College in Bridgeview, Ill.
"Being aware of the
changes in state and local sales and/or income taxes, and knowing how the
change can affect your business is beneficial in running a successful company,”
said seminar speaker, Richard Lieberman, Partner at Burke, Warren, MacKay &
Serritella, P.C. Lieberman joins Karen Snodgrass, Partner at Cray Kaiser Ltd., in
explaining how to know if a business is vulnerable to additional taxation and how
to devise a plan if it is. Following their presentation, Marcus Newman, vice president
of GCG Financial, will dissect the Accountable Care Act, making sense of the
confusing health care guidelines.
opportunity for employers will also double as a celebration for Northwestern
College’s 110th anniversary. The program will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Northwestern College’s Bridgeview Campus, 7725 South
Harlem Ave. A breakfast buffet will be available to participants before the
program as well as a boxed lunch afterward.
The program is free to members, $15 for their
guests, $25 for DePaul associates and $50 for all other non-members. Anyone
interested in attending this event must register online at Taking Charge of Your Multistate Taxes &
ABCs of the Accountable Care Act.
About Chicago Family
CFBC’s roots date back to 1993, when local businessman
James P. Liautaud approached the University of Illinois at Chicago about
underwriting an organization dedicated to family businesses. The Family
Business Council welcomed its first members in 1994 and operated under UIC’s
College of Business Administration for nearly two decades.
In 2011 the organization became an independent nonprofit
organization and changed its name to the Chicago Family Business Council. CFBC
formed an affiliation with DePaul
University’s Driehaus College of Business in 2012, and the two
organizations support each other through programming and other educational
CFBC’s membership includes 135 people from 85 companies in
an array of industries. Family-owned businesses make up 56 percent of our
membership, while 28 percent are closely held organizations and 16 percent are
other entrepreneurial businesses. Our members lead the organization, serving on
the board of directors and overseeing CFBC’s strategic direction. For more
information, visit www.chicagofbc.com.