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Dealing with PBGC Reportable Events: A Practical Guide for Employers and Their Advisors

Strafford

Jan. 24, 2017
Recorded Online
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Recorded January 24, 2017

The PBGC made major modifications, effective in 2016, to its reportable events rules. Complying with these complex rules can be challenging for employers, particularly since reporting is triggered by events that arise on a sporadic basis and that may involve only some distant member of the contributing sponsor’s “controlled group.” Corporate finance and HR staff, as well as their advisors, need to have a solid understanding of these rules so that they can properly identify and plan for events that are reportable and timely report them to PBGC.

Listen as our experienced panel provides practical guidance to meet the challenges of dealing with the PBGC’s Early Warning Program and its reportable events rules, one year after implementation of those rules. The Participant and Plan Sponsor Advocate at the PBGC will be sharing her perspective on the concerns of the plan sponsor community on these and related issues.

Continue by clicking on the following link:
https://www.straffordpub.com/products/dealing-with-pbgc-reportable-events-a-practical-guide-for-employers-and-their-advisors-2017-01-24

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