DB Examination Administrative Issues of Defined Benefit Plans Practice Exams and Study Guide

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Lulu.com, 2007 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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This book will help exam takers pass the ASPPA DB Examination on Administrative Issues of Defined Benefit Plans. The questions are in the same format as those on the ASPPA DB exam. All of the questions are straightforward multiple-choice questions with five choices and one best answer. Part I of this book contains the sample exams with a total of 260 questions, the equivalent of four complete 65-question ASPPA DB exams. Each 65-question practice exam is followed by an answer key. After the answer key, the practice exam is displayed with the answers shown. Part II of this book has a study guide. There is a section for each topic covered on the ASPPA DB exam. The answers to the questions and the study guide include details on the math formulas needed for the exam.
 

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Contents

Practice DB Exam 1
1
Practice DB Exam 1 Answer Key
21
Practice DB Exam 1 with Answers
23
Practice DB Exam 2
43
Practice DB Exam 2 Answer Key
65
Practice DB Exam 2 with Answers
67
Practice DB Exam 3
89
Practice DB Exam 3 Answer Key
109
Present Value Calculations and Alternate Forms of Benefit
183
Hybrid Defined Benefit Pension Plans
191
PostNormal Retirement Age Accruals
195
Early Retirement Disability Ancillary and Incidental Benefits
197
Benefit Limitations under IRC Section 415
205
Coverage Participation and Nondiscrimination
207
Permitted Disparity
211
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders QDROs
215

Practice DB Exam 3 with Answers
111
Practice DB Exam 4
131
Practice DB Exam 4 Answer Key
151
Practice DB Exam 4 with Answers
153
Introduction to Defined Benefit Plans
173
Determining Accrued Benefits
177
Distribution Issues
221
Special Events
227
ASPPA Code of Professional Conduct
229
References
231
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