Topic Archive: Legislation

Exactly the Same but Completely Different

Adam C. Pozek | 09/17/14

At the end of August, I made my first trip to Burning Man, an annual event held in the Black Rock Desert of northern Nevada.  With 10 guiding principles, it involves art, music and free-spiritedness.  This experiment in temporary community sees 65,000+ attendees converge on a dried-up lake bed, build a temporary city and leave behind no trace that it ever existed only a couple of short weeks later.  Katie Couric, Chris Taylor and Grover Norquist describe it better than I could.

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SchoolHouse Rock Meets The 401(k) Plan

Adam C. Pozek | 04/22/13

When I was kid, I used to love Schoolhouse Rock during the commercial breaks of Saturday morning cartoons.  Even now, I have them all on DVD as well as a CD of covers by various rock musicians, and I still sing along with all of them word-for-word!

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Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy…Not When It Comes To Retirement Plans

Adam C. Pozek | 02/20/11

Qualified plans are complicated beasts regardless of size or design.  This truth is sometimes forgotten at this time of year when sponsors and service-providers are busy dealing with nondiscrimination testing and contribution calculations.  I've many situations in which a plan sponsor decided to skip testing for a year, because their plan was so easy there was no way it could fail.  Similarly, I've seen service-providers decide to skip the critical peer review step in their process, because nothing could possibly have been missed on such an easy plan.

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