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Publication Date: 1999
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Quick Reference to Voluntary Compliance takes you through the procedures needed to voluntarily correct qualification failures and ERISA violations. it also provides practical guidance on the issues surrounding self-audits so you can proactively manage plan compliance - quickly and cost-effectively. This quick reference also includes: Applicable eligibility requirements, fees, and procedures Unique risks, advantages, and tax consequences to your employee pension plan Recommendations to help you determine which voluntary program may and should be used for your plan Methods, scope, and handling of self-audits Extensive examples, explanations, checklists, and easy-to-follow diagramsBoutwell, Sherrie is the author of 'Quick Reference to Voluntary Compliance 2000', published 1999 under ISBN 9780735511767 and ISBN 0735511764.
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