The goals of compensation and benefits planning

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​​​​ It occurred to me over this weekend that over more than three decades I’ve produced hundreds of recordings, articles,  columns and radio spots on various technical aspects of compensation and employee benefits planning, but that I’ve never talked about the basic primary goals that we all share in this work. There are four primary […]

ERISA is still king per US Supreme Court

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Comments on Vermont Green Mountain Care Board v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and what it means to small practitioners in the employee benefits field Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on a case involving conflicting state and federal law surrounding operation of an employee benefit plan administrator. In a relatively easy 6-2 decision the Court sided with Liberty […]