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March 9, 2000

Top Stories - Retirement Plans

Wall Street Journal Says House GOP Plan May Raise IRA Contribution Limitsnews.excite.com[More like this]
Proposed Regulations Issued on Compensation Reduction Arrangements for Qualified Transportation Fringe BenefitsErnst & Young LLP[More like this]
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Income Derived From Exercise of Non-Qualified Stock Options Subject to Local Earned Income TaxErnst & Young LLP[More like this]

Top Stories - Health and Welfare Plans

Bipartisan Plan Proposes Tax Credits and Deductions for Long-Term Care InsuranceNew York Times Syndicate[More like this]
Take Your Dog to the Office: New Perks From American EmployersFinancial Times[More like this]
Making HMO Arbitration Voluntary - A Letter To California LegislatorsFoundation For Taxpayer and Consumer Rights[More like this]
New Bill: Long-Term Care Insurance at Group Rates Would Be Available to Active and Retired Federal Workers And Military PersonnelWashington Post[More like this]

New Recommended Links About Employee Benefits

Why Haven't Open-End Investment Companies Opened Their Arms to Using a Profile Instead of a Prospectus?IRAjunction.com[More like this]
Financing Long-Term CareJerome Levy Economics Institute[More like this]
Come Back, Company Man!New York Times Syndicate[More like this]
Designing the 'Perfect' Retirement PlanGroom Law Group[More like this]

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