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Employee Fringe and Welfare Benefit Plans, 2016 ed. (Employment Law)

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Format: Book with CD-ROM
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2014-2016
Service #: 22030665
Sub #: 21030665
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Replacement pamphlets

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Employee Fringe and Welfare Benefit Plans, 2016 ed. (Employment Law)

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Setting up benefit plans is easier with Employee Fringe and Welfare Benefit Plans' coverage of employee benefits, antidiscrimination laws, and ERISA basics. Published as a companion to Qualified Retirement Plans, this book discusses:

  • How ERISA applies to different plans
  • The effect of ERISA application
  • Fiduciary requirements under ERISA
  • Other statutes that affect plans, such as those pertaining to discrimination

It includes samples of:

  • A deferred compensation agreement
  • A combination stock option, stock appreciation right, and performance unit plan
  • Health and life insurance plans
  • A model cafeteria plan
  • A Rabbi Trust deferred compensation plan
  • Golden parachute agreements
  • Resolutions and transmittal letters

This publication also:

  • Provides complete coverage of all current changes
  • Helps you implement your client's plan easily using the sample plans as your guide
  • Contains numerous statutory and case citations
  • Gives understandable explanations and examples while not presuming existing knowledge of the plans discussed
  • Serves as an excellent practice and training tool for students and beginning practitioners (lawyers, CPAs, benefit plan consultants, and personnel administrators)