2 edition of Erisa: The Law and the Code 1998 (Erisa: the Law and the Code) found in the catalog.
|Statement||BNA Books (Bureau of National Affairs)|
|Publishers||BNA Books (Bureau of National Affairs)|
|LC Classifications||March 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Such notice shall include information with respect to the amount of excess pension assets, the portion to be transferred, the amount of health benefits liabilities expected to be provided with the assets transferred, and the amount of pension benefits of the participant which will be nonforfeitable immediately after the transfer. II A reasonable period after the individual becomes a participant.
The court's determination in any such proceeding shall be final. Other employee benefit plans, called welfare plans, are established or maintained to provide health benefits, disability benefits, death benefits, prepaid legal services, vacation benefits, day care centers, scholarship funds, apprenticeship and training benefits, or other similar benefits. Requests should include pertinent information to help find documents; such as titles and dates. Rutledge unanimously reversed a decision by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals holding that the Arkansas MAC law was preempted by ERISA.
For purposes of this paragraph, a right to an accrued benefit derived from employer contributions shall not be treated as forfeitable merely because the plan contains a provision described in section 1053 a 3 of this title.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Preambles• There are two main types of pension plans: defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. So the Title 29 section numbers assigned to the provisions of ERISA do not line up with the section numbering in the original Act. Diversion of union welfare-pension funds of Allied Trades Council and Teamsters 815; report, together with individual views.
2 Nothing in this subsection shall relieve any trustee of any liability under this part for any act of such trustee. ii Base amount I In general The term "base amount" means, with respect to any quarter, an amount equal to 3 times the sum of the adjusted disbursements from the plan for the 12 months ending on the last day of such quarter. b Plans qualified under Internal Revenue Code; maintenance of actions involving delinquent contributions 1 In the case of a plan which is qualified under section 401 a403 aor 405 a!
Procedures with respect to continued compliance with Internal Revenue requirements relating to participation, vesting, and funding standards. B i In the case of any plan which provides that after not more than 2 years of service each participant has a right to 100 percent of his accrued benefit under the plan which is nonforfeitable at the time such benefit accrues, clause ii of subparagraph A shall be applied by substituting "2 years of service" for "1 year of service".
B i Section 1027 of such title 18 is amended by striking out "Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act" and inserting in lieu thereof "title I of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974", and by striking out "Act" each place it appears and inserting in lieu thereof "title".
Prior results do not guarantee similar outcome.
Overburden credit against minimum contribution requirement.
In 1978, Congress amended the Internal Revenue Code by adding section 401 k , whereby employees are not taxed on income they choose to receive as deferred compensation rather than direct compensation.
35 The term "defined benefit plan" means a pension plan other than an individual account plan; except that a pension plan which is not an individual account plan and which provides a benefit derived from employer contributions which is based partly on the balance of the separate account of a participant - A for the purposes of section 1052 of this title, shall be treated as an individual account plan, and B for the purposes of paragraph 23 of this section and section 1054 of this title, shall be treated as an individual account plan to the extent benefits are based upon the separate account of a participant and as a defined benefit plan with respect to the remaining portion of benefits under the plan.