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Benefits, ERISA
Tim Martin | 10.9.2019

Changes Coming Soon to MEPs, Other Legislative Developments Anticipated

Subsequent to its October 2018 proposed directive, the Department of Labor (DOL) revealed a final ruling on July 29 that will expand access to multiple

I Want Mine, but How? Social Security Strategies

You are now ready to claim. You’ve done your research, decided your “when” but now what about strategies? Social Security employees do

ERISA and Non-ERISA, Options for Owners

Unemployment remains at an all–time low! Which is great for our economy, but it also means employees hold all of the cards. Employers are constantly
Benefits, ERISA
Lara Fuller | 7.22.2019

The Final Issuance of SAS 136

In July 2019, the AICPA Auditing Standards Board issued the Statement on Auditing Standard (SAS) 136, Forming an Opinion and Reporting on Financial Statements
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Noelle Harrold | 7.19.2019

The Employee Plan Compliance Resolutions System Explained

Everyone knows mistakes happen, but what should you do when your employee plan is the guilty party? Chances are the fix lies within the IRS Employee Plan

I Want Mine, but When? Social Security Claiming

Just when should you start claiming Social Security? The easy answer is to postpone claiming as long as possible. If you delay until after your full retirement

Cybersecurity & Employee Benefit Plans

The threat of a cyberattack is prevalent throughout the business world. Given the highly sensitive data held within employee benefit plans, it should come


On May 23rd, the U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the “Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement” (SECURE) Act
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Employee Benefits Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions

When conducting due diligence in connection with a potential merger or acquisition, companies too frequently treat employee benefits as an afterthought.

Congress Reaches Out to President to Help ESOPs

More than 20 members of Congress signed a letter addressed to President Trump earlier this month requesting assistance in protecting employee-owned companies
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