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Qualified Plans Committee

Qualified Plans Committee

Mission

The Qualified Plans Committee considers tax and other legal issues relating to tax-qualified retirement plans such as 401(k)plans, defined benefit pension plans, and employee stock ownership plans(ESOPs),including government, not-for-profit, and church programs. The Committee monitors proposed and enacted legislation and other legal developments affecting tax-qualified retirement plans. The Committee prepares technical comments on legislation and regulations, publishes information for Section members on these topics, and participates in or sponsors Section CLE programs as well as at least one group teleconference per year.

Programs, Meetings and Events

Committee Events

Conference Call--Future of the IRS Determination Letter Program

July 10, 2015
Please join the Qualified Plans Committee for a discussion of issues concerning the future of the IRS determination letter program. IRS officials have indicated that they intend to drastically reduce the availability of determination letters for individually designed plans. Our committee expects to work on comments to the proposal when it is formally published later this summer. This is one of our informal bi-monthly calls, with audience participation encouraged. The call is scheduled for noon CDT on Friday, July 10.
Dial in number: 866/646‐6488
Participant Pass code: 725 588 7619
 
Section Events

    Unlocking Private Company Wealth

    09/01/2015-09/01/2015

    According to the SBA, small businesses employ about half of the private sector and contribute over 50% to the nation's GDP. The wealth attributable to the ownership of these closely held enterprises is illiquid, often highly so. Indeed, these business owners too often focus only on their business, ...

    Rent and Other Lease Economics

    09/16/2015-09/16/2015

    One Form Doesn't Fit All: How Do Retail, Office, Industrial and Ground Net Leases Differ, and Why Does It Matter? Many provisions are common to all leases, but the concerns of the parties to a lease vary depending on the nature and use of the property leased. A lawyer needs to recognize the ways in which ...

    One Form Doesn't Fit All: How Do Retail, Office, Industrial and Ground Net Leases Differ, and Why Does it Matter?

    09/16/2015-11/18/2015

    One Form Doesn't Fit All: How Do Retail, Office, Industrial and Ground Net Leases Differ, and Why Does It Matter? Many provisions are common to all leases, but the concerns of the parties to a lease vary depending on the nature and use of the property leased. A lawyer needs to recognize the ways in which ...

LISTSERV Communication

In order to send a message to the listserve, send the message as an email to the address below. You must be a member of the Committee to use the listserve.

RPTE-QUALIFIEDPLANS@mail.americanbar.org

In order to access the listserve archive, please click here. Please note that you will need to create a new password, separate from your regular ABA password, in order to use this archive.


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Leadership

Chairs:

Farnam, Thomas
Suhre, Karen

Vice-Chairs:

Hatchett, Bonita
Valcarce, Jose

Committee Roster  

Modified by Karen Suhre on July 9, 2015

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