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RECORDED Webinar:403(b) Hot Topics (and that’s not an oxymoron) - 2 CE

  • 28 Oct 2018
  • (PDT)
  • 31 Dec 2018
  • (PST)


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403(b) Hot Topics
 (and that’s not an oxymoron)

In this webinar, we will cover the major developments altering the landscape of 403(b) plans in 2018, including the introduction of IRS pre-approved plan documents and the 403(b) fee litigation. We will also discuss the everyday operational issues that continue to crop up in 403(b) plan administration and some practical approaches to fixing them. This will include a discussion of when plans errors need to be corrected under EPCRS, and when they can be fixed painlessly under the remedial amendment period rules.  

Specific topics will include:

  • Yes, 403(b) plans really are different from 401(k) plans
  • The new IRS pre-approved 403(b) plan documents:
    • Should my plan adopt one?
    • Considerations when switching to a pre-approved document
    • Using the remedial amendment period
  •  Common operational errors and how to fix them
  • Update on 403(b) plan fee litigation

    Our Speakers:

    Evan Giller, Attorney, Boutwell Fay, LLP

    Evan has worked in the field of employee benefits law and ERISA for over 25 years, specializing in the retirement and deferred compensation plans of tax-exempt organizations and governmental employers. He has extensive experience advising employers and plan service providers on a wide range of plan issues, including plan design, plan documents, operational issues, corrections and fiduciary responsibility, and has particular expertise regarding 403(b) and 457 plans. In addition, Evan’s practice includes advising financial institutions on issues relating to the design and regulation of annuity products, in particular annuities used to fund retirement plans. Evan attended Buffalo University Law School and was admitted to the Bar in 1979.

    Bob Toth, Law Offices of Robert J. Toth, Jr., has practiced employee benefits law since 1983. His practice focuses on the design, administration and distribution of financial products and services for retirement plans, one which combines elements of ERISA, tax law, insurance law, securities law and investment law for both 401(a) and 403(b) plans. Bob’s experience includes the design of multiple employer plans; implementing 403(b) programs under the new regulations; designing investment products for 401(k) plans; annuitization programs for defined contribution plans; advising on prohibited transactions issues related to retirement plan products and services and their distribution, development of open architecture programs for 403(b) plans and writing and implementing standards for fiduciary and advisory practices. Bob is a Fellow of American College of Employee Benefits Council, an Adjunct Professor at John Marshall School of Law’s Employee Benefits LLM Program; member of the Tax Facts Advisory Board;and is Co-Chair of the ASPPA Tax-Exempt/Government Plans government affairs subcommittee. He graduated from Wayne State University Law School in 1983, and from the University of Michigan in 1978.

    Continuing Ed:

    2 CE for AIF Certification 

    2 CE for ASPPA certifications

    2 CEC for NIPA certifications

    2 CPE for CEBS

    2 CE for JBEA

    2 hour MCLE for California attorneys

    2 hours for California CPAs

    2 hours for Certified Financial Planners  

    2 hour for ERPA and Enrolled Agents

    Cost: $65 for members, $90 for non-members. 

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