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Benefits Perspectives: Qualified plans must come to terms with death: Who is the beneficiary?09 July 2014 - By Dawilla Madsen and Dominick Pizzano - Article

Qualified retirement plan sponsors need to consider these key issues when reviewing and updating plan documents and administrative procedures to ensure compliance with current beneficiary designation rules.

Multiemployer Review, December 201105 December 2011 - By Dawilla Madsen - Article

2011 year end compliance issues for multiemployer retirement plans.

Reducing retirement plan benefits: an operating guide to the unkindest cut07 June 2006 - By John W. Ehrhardt and Dawilla Madsen and Dominick Pizzano - Article

This WebEx presents an overview of the tax code's complex "protected benefit" rules and offers an operating guide for successfully performing this delicate procedure. The presentation is 60 minutes and includes a summary by the Employee Benefits Research Group on

BP, Fall 200401 December 2004 - By Dawilla Madsen and Jill Van Den Bos and Sherrie Dulworth - Article

This issue includes: "Patient safety first," "The Retirement Equity Act: Still crazy after all these years," and "True group long-term care coverage: The final piece in a comprehensive safety net."

BP, Summer 200401 September 2004 - By Dawilla Madsen and Dominick Pizzano and Scott A. Weltz - Article

This issue includes: "Designing effective consumer-driven health plans," "Defined benefit plan commencement exercises," and "Keys to effective benefits communications."

BP, Winter 200401 March 2004 - By Dawilla Madsen and Dominick Pizzano and Kara W. Tedesco and Michael G. Sturm and - Article

This issue includes: "Preventive medicine for health and welfare plans," "Can the rise of consumerism control increasing healthcare costs," and "Controlled groups: Implications for qualified plans."

Benefits Perspectives, Spring 200101 June 2001 - By Dave Ogden and Mike Sturm and and Christine Hinson and Dawilla Madsen - Article

This issue includes: "Defined contribution health plans: The shape of things to come?" "Will you survive a 401(k) plan audit?" and "Information technology in benefits plan administration."

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