The next killer benefit: KSOPs

Greco, Susan
October 2000
Inc.;Oct2000, Vol. 22 Issue 14, p116
Provides information on an employee benefit called KSOP, a qualified plan that links a 401 (k) to an employee stock ownership plan. Benefits of a KSOP; How the KSOP works at Quick Solutions.


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