ERISA: A Comprehensive Guide

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Aspen Publishers, 2003 - Reference - 480 pages
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ERISA: A Comprehensive Guide, Second Edition provides a comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the principal statutory provisions of ERISA And The corresponding provisions of the Internal Revenue Code dealing with employee benefits. The Second Edition discusses and explains the multitude of regulations, rulings, and interpretations issued by: The Department of the Treasury the Internal Revenue Service the Department of Labor And The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation an explanation of ERISA And The subsequent legislation amending or supplementing ERISA. What's New in the Second Edition : A new chapter on voluntary correction methods has been added to reflect the innovative (and extra-statutory) approach now used by the IRS and DOL for dealing with plan administrative errors. In addition, reflecting the dynamic developments in their respective areas, many chapters have been completely or substantially rewritten. The chapters describing the most significant changes cover the following topics: Plan qualification Actuarial cost methods Preemption COBRA

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Schneider is a partner in the law firm of Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, LLP and is a member of the firm's Employee Benefits Group. He frequently writes articles and lectures on tax and employee-benefit-related topics.

Freedman is a partner in the law firm of Duane Morris LLP in Philadelphia, where she practices in the areas of employee benefits and law, handling a full range of employee benefits, executive compensation and related tax matters. She is a frequent author and speaker on employee benefits and tax topics for a wide range of professional and civic organizations.

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