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February 15 and 16, 2000

Top Stories - Retirement Plans

Streaming Video Interview About the Morningstar ClearFuture Online Mutual Fund Recommendation ServiceOn24.com[More like this]
Blair Brininger, P.C. January 2000 ERISA NewsletterBlair Brininger, P.C.[More like this]
Jefferson Research Announces New Service for Investment Managers and Fiduciaries: The Torpedo Alert (tm)news.excite.com[More like this]
Union Pension Fund Seeks Meeting with Mattel Board of Directorsnews.excite.com[More like this]
Clinton's FY 2001 Budget Proposal Impacts Pensions, BenefitsCCH, 2/16/2000 only[More like this]
CalPERS Establishes $100 Million Equity Program For Urban Real Estate Projects - Fund Will Target Northern California CommunitiesCalifornia Public Employees Retirement System[More like this]
Duty Calls the Guard, but Some Bosses ResistNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
In Tribute to Your Years of Service: Something Other Than the Gold WatchNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
Saving Enough? Ask a Web Site, or Better Yet, More Than OneNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
Extra-Credit Class: Figure Out 401(k)'sNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
Tenure Gridlock: When Professors Choose Not to RetireNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
Are Americans Saving Enough to Retire? Well, Yes and NoNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
In Japan, the Golden Years Have Lost Their GlowNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
Massachusetts Governor Rejects Bill Limiting CPA LiabilityBoston Globe[More like this]
Taking a Lump? Get All You DeserveWashington Post[More like this]
PBGC Form 1 and Schedule A for 2000Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation[More like this]
ASPA Issues Request for Proposal for Pension Administrators Course (PDF)ASPA[More like this]
Pension & Benefits UpdateTax Analysts[More like this]
Savings Fitness: A Guide to Your Money and Your Financial Future (PDF)U.S. Department of Labor[More like this]
Forbes Magazine Names Us One of the Web's Best SitesForbes[More like this]
GUST Update Frequently Asked QuestionsCorbel[More like this]

Top Stories - Health and Welfare Plans

Making Your Way Through the Maze of Medicare OptionsNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
Long-Term Care: The Insurance You Really Hope You Will Never NeedNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
California Insurance Laws Quietly Take EffectLos Angeles Times[More like this]
All MEWAs Required To File Form M-1 For 1999Corbel[More like this]
Six Steps Toward Better Claims CorrespondenceClaims magazine[More like this]
Awesome Adjusting Revisited: A Return to Customer ServiceClaims magazine[More like this]
Proposed new Regulation P, Privacy of Consumer Financial Information, to implement the privacy provisions in the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (PDF)American Health Lawyers Association[More like this]
American Medical Association Writes Congress, Outlines Essential Provisions in a Patients' Rights Conference BillAMA[More like this]
Canada Moves To Give Benefits To Gay CouplesWashington Post[More like this]
The Efficiency of Universal Health CareBoston Globe[More like this]
Lawsuit Says UnitedHealthcare Policy a Shaminsure.com[More like this]
National Coalition of Patient Rights provides HHS its Comments on the Proposed Health Data Confidentiality RegulationsNational CPR[More like this]
Health Insurance Association of America Comments to HHS on Confidentiality of Electronic Health InformationHIAA[More like this]
New Businesses Blunt Pain of Frustrating Insurance Claims - Niche Industry Resolves Disputes, Dispenses AdviceUSA Today[More like this]
A Better Idea: Ford Provides Free PCs to EmployeesThe Standard[More like this]

New Recommended Links About Employee Benefits

Talking With Your Parents About Medicare and Health CoverageHenry J. Kaiser Family Foundation[More like this]
2000-01 Edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook PublishedBureau of Labor Standards[More like this]
You Don't Have to Be Old to Sue for Age DiscriminationNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
The 1998/99 Executive Benefit Survey of Fortune 1000 CompaniesCompensation Resource Group, Inc., free registration required[More like this]

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