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Making Your List and Checking it Twice: 2014 Year-End Benefit Plan - Related Actions

11.10.14

As we enter into the last two months of 2014, there are several year-end employee benefit-related
matters that should be reviewed and checked off an employer's list of compliance items. Also,
time is running out for scheduling agenda items regarding actions relating to employee benefit
matters, to the extent necessary or appropriate, during 2014 for consideration by a sponsoring
entity's board of directors, compensation committee or other governing body.

Check out the full list of employee benefit-related matters that should be reviewed before the end of the year!

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