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  • (law) Employee Retirement Income Security Act (of 1974)


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  • ERISA is the main framework of responsibility when dealing with qualified plans.

    Regulate Mutual Funds?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • After three decades enveloped in ERISA, that would be too traumatic a change of pace.

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  • Little known federal statute called ERISA, and a supreme court decision that held it preeempted state law, including state lawsuits brought for instance for wrongful death.

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  • Until recently, a complicated set of regulations known as ERISA essentially prohibited states from accessing information about private insurance.

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  • Several groups of employees and pension-fund participants have filed so-called ERISA/401k suits against their own firms.

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  • ERISA is short for The Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, a federal law that establishes minimum standards for pension plans in private industry and governs transactions associated with them. News

  • An industry insider told me that Bloom Health's actual target market is large employers who self-insure via the Employee Retirement Income Security Act ERISA, which is not obvious from the website. News

  • If your plan is designed to qualify for what's called ERISA Section 404c, then you don't have much to worry about, says Andrew Oringer, partner at law firm Ropes & Gray. News

  • The traditional IRA was created by the first federal pension law - The Employee Retirement Income Security Act, aka ERISA - in 1974.

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  • No other state has been able to follow Hawaii's success with a straight-up employer mandate because of a federal law called ERISA, which regulates worker benefits and limits state authority.

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