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Pension Distribution 2010 9780735581715

Pension Distribution 2010

ISBN-10: 0735581711
ISBN-13: 9780735581715
PUBLISHER: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
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Product Description: Pension Distribution Answer Book delivers fast, easy-to-understand guidance for interpreting statutes and regulations and complying with burdensome tax and reporting rules. Stay current with the hundreds of regulations pertaining to qualified plan distributions. Pension Distribution Answer Book guides you through the maze of legal, administrative, and tax requirements for all types of distributions...and delivers the facts you need to solve a problem, answer a question, make a decision, or simply find out what the experts think. This practical reference keeps you current on: Plan disqualification Highly compensated employees Rollover distributions Discrimination rules Transfers Lump sum distributions Loans And much more Updated coverage in the 2010 Edition of Pension Distribution Answer Book includes the following new topics: New rules for pension withholding in the wake of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) How the final regulations under the Truth-in-Lending Act affect participant loans Alternatives available for governmental plans to comply with the required minimum distribution rules Waiver of required minimum distributions from defined contribution plans for 2009 under Worker, Retiree, and Employer Recovery Act of 2008 (WRERA) Updated rules regarding notification of employees who elect to defer payment of their retirement benefits and the impact of the deferral WRERA changes mandating the option of non-spouse rollovers of death benefits Updated rules under EPCRS provided by Revenue Procedure 2008-50 Elimination of gap period income for excess deferrals by WRERA Treatment of excess annual additions under Code Section 415 by Revenue Procedure 2008-50 Vesting requirements under a Qualified Automatic Contribution Arrangement Updated rules on vesting and partial plan terminations Clarification regarding the $10,000 de minimis benefit rule and lump sums WRERA changes regarding the determination of maximum lump sums under Code Section 415 impacting small employers WRERA rules permitting small distributions (under $5,000) from certain underfunded defined benefit plans PBGC rules regarding the determination of interest rates for purposes of lump sum distributions Revised tax treatment for excess contributions and excess aggregate contributions Updated PBGC rules for distress terminations Expanded availability of Roth rollovers for 2008 and later Discussion of Roth conversions in 2010 and later

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