Employee Benefits

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Dearborn Trade Publishing, 2001 - 711
This new edition has been updated to include the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Social Security and Medicare implications of the new 1997 tax and budget bills. In all its editions, Employee Benefits is considered to be the most comprehensive benefits text on the market. This is a great resource for small business owners and human resource professionals.
 

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Benefits
3
Factors Influencing the Growth
9
Plan Qualification Integration of Qualified Plans with Social
19
Security 519
45
Fully Insured Currently Insured Disability Insured
51
Obtaining Benefit
60
Part A Benefits 62 Federal Regulation
110
STUDY QUESTIONS
120
Group Dental Insurance and Renewal Rating
409
Other Nonretirement Employer Contributions Including a PremiumConver sion or FSA Option Change of Benefits
411
OBJECTIVES 341
435
Plans
467
Services To Employees 425 Qualified Plan Characteristics
473
Plans Covering Partners and Proprietors S Corporations
481
gration of DefinedBenefit Plans Integration of Defined
490
Service for Predecessors and Other STUDY QUESTIONS 539
496

ment of Age Termination Accelerated Benefits
135
Temporary Disability Laws 79 Taxation
141
Workers Compensation Laws 80 STUDY QUESTIONS
150
State Regulation 100 Group Variable Universal Life Insurance
164
SickLeave Plans 171 Providers of Traditional Coverage
222
Insured Disability Income Plans 172 Comparison of the Blues and Insurance Companies
229
STUDY QUESTIONS 187 Coverage
246
Coverage for Alternative Medicine
260
1980s and 1990sContinued Change STUDY QUESTIONS
266
National Health Insurance 205 Limited Choice of Medical Providers Quality of Care
273
STUDY QUESTIONS 219 Reasons for Use of Managed Care
279
Benefit CarveOuts
301
STUDY QUESTIONS
309
Cost Savings Improved Cash Flow
371
Relationship with Medicare 324 STUDY QUESTIONS
384
STUDY QUESTIONS 339 Experience Rating
400
OBJECTIVES
541
Nontax Federal Regulation Affecting Qualified Permanent Contract Group Deferred Annuity Contract
549
DefinedBenefit Formulas 511 Assumptions Choosing Actuarial Assumptions Some
557
General Characteristics of DefinedBenefit Formulas Specific Permissible Actuarial Cost Methods Choosing
574
Minimum Funding Standards 564 SIMPLEs
597
ProfitSharing and Similar Loans from Section 403b Plans Loans Taxation of 403b Plans Regulatory and Administrative Aspects
606
Savings Plans 580 Federal Taxation of Distributions
616
25 Plan Restrictions Aimed
624
TopHeavy Plans 628 27 Individual Retirement Plans
661
Early Termination Rule for 25 Highest Paid ductible IRAS Roth IRAs Other Restrictions on IRAS Excess Contributions Timing of Contributions Limi...
670
Investment Issues 645 Form of Benefits Employers Tax Treatment Impact
680
Plan Insurance 654 STUDY QUESTIONS
687
Index
693
Group Dental Insurance 342
694
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