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E is for ERISA: “IRS Plays Musical Chairs With Voluntary Correction Programs”

Read about IRS program Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System, or EPCRS. www.eforerisa.com, Christine Roberts’ benefits blog.  Roll your cursor by to take a look.

E is for ERISA Blog Celebrating its 10th Anniversary

www.eforerisa.com, Christine Roberts’ benefits blog, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a fresh new look.  Roll your cursor by to take a look.

COVID-19 Vaccines: Employer Mandate & Incentive Issues with Christine Roberts and Paul Wilcox…

Christine Roberts, and Mullen & Henzell partner Paul Wilcox as guest co-author, address the employment law issues around COVID-19 vaccines and your workforce (Q&A 1 – 4).  She follows up with a few questions on using wellness incentives to encourage employees to get vaccinated. Click here to view full post on Christine Roberts’ E is...

Money Talks podcast with Christine Roberts: COVID-19 changes to 401(k) and executive deferred compensation plans…

In this podcast episode of Money Talks, Hugh Meyer Meyer, of Charlesworth & Rugg, Inc., talks with Christine Roberts regarding how the CARES Act can impact Qualified Retirement Plans and some responsibilities of plan sponsors. Christine provides a detailed update to IRS Notices 2020-50 and 2020-51, which details the regulations involving COVID-19 related distributions from...

Protected: 6-20-20 Office Power Outage

Update – 6-1-20 10:44 AM Unfortunately, the generator could not produce “clean” (keeping a constant voltage)  power to keep the backup battery system charged. The email and telephone systems have gone down and will be down for the rest of the day. I spoke to one of the Edison engineers on the street and he...

Protected: Marking Up WIPS in Word

Our Clients & COVID-19

The health and safety of our employees and our clients is our top priority. We are taking steps to address the rapidly changing impact of COVID-19, and the effect it is having on our employees and clients. Our Attorneys have the flexibility to work remotely and we are encouraging them to use this more frequently...

Protected: COVID-19 Update

UPDATE – FRIDAY APRIL 10, 2020 Hello All, It’s Friday and the sun’s out, so all is good. I trust everyone is healthy and looking forward to yet another weekend with your favorite people (think happy thoughts, think happy thoughts….). For some of us, this was the first “official” week of school at home, which...