RECORDED Webinar:Strange but True Tales of 403(b) Plans

  • 24 Oct 2019
  • 10:00 AM (PDT)
  • 31 Dec 2019
  • 11:40 AM (PST)


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Strange but True Tales of 403(b) Plans

 The Presentation: 

403(b) plans really are different. The little noticed minutiae of the 403(b) rules are often the ones which trigger the most difficult circumstances to resolve.  Two well-traveled 403(b) aficionados will light-heartedly detail a number of the most regularly occurring quirks that hamper effective plan administration and create unexpected issues, and they will explore potential solutions.

  •  Explore key, technical differences between 403(b) plans and 401(k) plans
  • Identify unusual document drafting issues for which sponsors should be aware
  • Identify unresolved regulatory issues and filing issues.

    Our Speakers: 

    Evan Giller, JD, Boutwell Fay, LLP

    Evan Giller 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 retirement 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.

    Robert Toth, JD, Toth Law and Consulting 

    Robert 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.

    Continuing Education: 

    • 2 CE for AIF Certification 
    • 2 CE for ASPPA certifications
    • 2 CEC for NIPA certifications
    • 2 CPE for CEBS
    • 1.75 hours MCLE for California attorneys
    • 2 hours for California CPAs
    • 2 hour for ERPA and Enrolled Agents 
    • 2 CE JBEA certifications

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

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