Tailoring a plan to fit your needs

Rowland, Mary
March 1995
Money;Mar95, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p104
Presents guidelines in managing and planning retirement plans that suit the needs of the company. Disadvantages of readymade retirement plans; Importance of hiring professional help in designing and implementing retirement plans; Compliance of the retirement plans with the rules of US Internal Revenue Service; Monitoring of the plans. INSET: When to add a nonqualified plan, by M.R..


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