What’s in store for 2018? With the passing of one of the largest tax reforms within the past 30 years, anti-dumping orders, ICE workplace raids, and many more new regulations, creates much panic amongst Chinese business owners. Along with the addition of the labor law updates, there’s even more to be cautious about!

Throughout the month of March, KCAL is hosting four large scale seminars for business owners! Representatives from the White House Initiative on Asian American or Pacific Islanders (WHIAPPI), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Department of Labor (DOL) and many other government officials and authoritative figures will be present to discuss relevant issues and beneficial topics for business owners. Lawyers with practice in businesses and employment/labor issues, certified public accountants (CPA), and commercial insurance experts will also be attendance to help improve your company’s management system and help you take preventive measures. The most updated information will be shared with you during this seminar.

Special guests Supervisor Curt Hagman (Fourth District Supervisor of San Bernardino County) and Darrell Brown (Senior Vice President of U.S. Bank) will be present to share the current 2018 economic situation as well as any challenges business owners may face. Topics discussed in this seminar also include anti-dumping orders, intellectual property rights, and many other trending topics.

03/01 (1:30PM – 5:30PM)
Ontario Airport Hotel
700 N Haven Ave., Ontario, CA 91764
 Closed
03/08 (1:30PM – 5:30PM)
San Gabriel Hilton
225 W Valley Blvd., San Gabriel, CA 91776
Closed
03/15 (1:30PM – 5:30PM)
Atrium Hotel
18700 MacArthur Blvd., Irvine, CA 92612
Closed
03/22 (1:30PM – 5:30PM)
KCAL Insurance HQ
2140 S Hacienda Blvd., #B, Hacienda Hts, CA 91745
Closed

How will your business be impacted by the new law? Representatives from the IRS will discuss tax tips for business owners. Paul Chen (Certified Public Accountant) will be discussing corporate and business tax updates. With the latest ICE situation, representatives from the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will be here to discuss how employers can properly and accurately handle employee documentation and workplace immigration, and more. This can benefit employers in dealing with and avoiding unnecessary issues, fines and lawsuits.

Kenny Chang, President of KCAL, also mentioned that in recent years, many employees are more and more aware of their legal rights –some are even more aware than their employers. William Lai, lawyer at Chang & Cote LLP, will discuss the new employment laws of 2018 so that employers become more familiar with the latest regulations. This includes the new minimum wage regulations, transgender and pregnant employee rights, and litigation prevention.

Refreshments will be served. Free consultations with government officials and industry experts will be available. The first seminar will be held on Thursday, March 1 at 1:30PM at the Ontario Airport Hotel. The next three seminars will be held in San Gabriel, Irvine, and Hacienda Heights, respectively. Spots are limited, so please sign up as soon as possible. The seminar is only open to executives and business owners. Registration is free. To register, click here or call 626-626-8196. For more information about KCAL, please feel free to check out our website!

Keynote Speakers

Holly Ham
E.D. of the White House Initiative on AAPI
Paul Chang
U.S. Department of Labor
Wage and Hour Division
Curt Hagman
San Bernardino County
4th District Supervisor
Dan Commiato
Asst. Federal Security Director
Dept. of Homeland Security
Guest Speakers and Topics
William Lai, Lawyer, Chang & Cote LLP New 2018 Employment Laws – What Every California Employer Should Be Aware Of
Paul Chen, CPA, Chen & Fan Accountancy Corp 2018 Corporate and Business Tax Updates
Yu-Ting Adler, Management and Program Analyst, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Form I-9 and E-Verify Compliance Update
Tina Chan, Angel Lin, Joseph Liu, Jean Lui,Wage and Hour Investigator, U.S. Department of Labor Frequent Compliance Issues in the Asian Business Community
Lisa Hamilton, Narina Bchtikian, Stakeholder Liaison, Internal Revenue Service  2018 Tax Tips for Entrepreneurs Operating a Business
Ken Hutt, Branch Chief, Department of Homeland Security  Anti-Dumping Orders and Intellectual Property Rights
Darrell Brown, Senior Vice President, U.S. Bank  2018 Economic Situation and Challenges Businesses May Face
Kenny Chang, President, KCAL Insurance Agency Latest Labor Laws, Workers’ Comp, and Group Health Insurance Updates