June 1996
Benefits Quarterly;1996 Second Quarter, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p97
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts of current articles on employee benefits published in the second quarter of 1996 issue of the "Benefits Quarterly." "Little-Known Provision Reduces State Unemployment Insurance Rates," by Barbara Josefowicz; "Train and Degree Them--Anywhere," by Philip R. Theibert; "Trusts as Beneficiaries May Prolong IRA Distributions and Save Taxes," by Leonard J. Witman and Laura Weyant-Kearney.


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