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The principal emphasis of the Employee Benefits Guide, Second Edition is on (i) compliance with the federal tax and labor laws governing retirement plans, other deferred compensation arrangements, group health plans, and other welfare plans, (ii) the fiduciary duties of persons who have discretionary authority over plan assets and administration, and (iii) the resolution of disputes, including plan claims procedures and litigation. This essential resource is intended as a reference work for experienced employee benefits lawyers, as a quasi-textbook for apprentices in employee benefits, as a research starting point for lawyers who don’t practice intensively in this area, as a readable resource for employee benefits professionals who are involved with the administration of employee benefit plans, and as a vade mecum for those in business who find themselves puzzled by the concepts and terminology used by their benefits consultants and lawyers.
Topics covered include:
• Sources of Law
• Plan Establishment and Qualification
• Eligibility, Vesting and Benefit Accrual
• Nondiscrimination Standards and Related Rules
• Contributions to Qualified Plans
• Distributions from Qualified Plans
• Taxation of Participants
• Multiemployer Pension Plans
• and more!
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1, Purpose and Coverage of This Guide
CHAPTER 2, A Map of Employee Benefits
CHAPTER 3, Sources of the Law
CHAPTER 4, Plan Establishment and Qualification
CHAPTER 5, Eligibility, Vesting and Benefit Accrual
CHAPTER 6, Nondiscrimination Standards and Related Rules
CHAPTER 7, Contributions to Qualified Plans
CHAPTER 8, Distributions from Qualified Plans
CHAPTER 9, Taxation of Participants
[CHAPTERS 10-29 Reserved]
CHAPTER 30, Multiemployer Plans: General Rules
CHAPTER 31, Multiemployer Pension Plans: Contributions and Funding
CHAPTER 32, Multiemployer Pension Plans: Withdrawal Liability
CHAPTER 33, Multiemployer Pension Plans: PBGC Benefit Guarantees and Financial Assistance
CHAPTER 34, Multiemployer Pension Plans: Mergers, Asset Transfers and Plan Terminations.
CHAPTER 35, Multiple Employer Plans
[CHAPTERS 36-60 Reserved]