Anthony Mirarchi, Principal

Solving Employee Benefit Issues with Technology Solutions

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Meet Anthony Mirarchi

Anthony Mirarchi is the Vice President and a Principal of J.M. Patton Associates. Anthony began his professional career as a Mechanical Engineer for the energy industry. He decided to follow his passion for the insurance industry and the ways it can be utilized to manage risk and help protect and grow wealth for individuals, families and businesses.

For the last 10 years, Anthony has utilized his analytical skills and his diverse background to help business owners and individuals in any industry, especially in healthcare, to reduce costs and retain more of their money and assets by creating customized and creative solutions through the use of insurance. Anthony has maximized his interaction with the top talent in the insurance industry and has refined his business development skills. The keys to Anthony’s success are his visionary innovation, boundless positive energy, his team mentality and loyalty to his clients and employees.

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A successful employee benefits program requires knowledge, planning, and execution of many components.

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Case Studies on how we help clients like you.

Explore our case studies to see how we are helping clients control costs and increase employee satisfaction.

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Compliance bulletins to simplify complex topics.

Read our health care reform bulletins to gain an understanding on how recent legislation affects your benefits program.

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If you are a business owner with 100 or more employees at the beginning of a plan year, you may be required to file an annual report with the Department of Labor/IRS. This “Form 5500” contains information about the plan and includes disclosure of all commissions and fees received by those who provide services to insured plans. Failure to file these forms by the required deadlines could result in substantial penalties.