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ERISA = Every Ridiculous Idea Since Adam
McAfee & Taft Link to more items from this source
May 20, 2014
"ERISA serves important purposes in our society, but it also presents tremendous challenges and potential liabilities for good-intentioned employers who merely want to provide nice benefits to their employees. In the last few years, it seems like the employee benefits 'gotcha' list -- of things that employers can do to accidentally violate ERISA (and other laws) -- has grown exponentially. Employers have a basic understanding that ERISA requires a plan document, a summary plan description, sometimes a trust, etc. But ERISA requires much more."

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