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Mark Baumann to Present at Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop for Minnesota CLE
"The New Cash Balance and Hybrid Plan Regulations," Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop, Minnesota CLE, 2015
February 19, 2015

Mark Baumann, an of counsel attorney in Maslon's Business & Securities Group, will present at Minnesota CLE's Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop on February 19, 2015. Mark will co-present a morning breakout session with Jim van Iwaarden titled "The New Cash Balance and Hybrid Plan Regulations" which will give an overview of a cash balance plan, highlight updates in the cash balance and hybrid plan regulations, and discuss current issues and provide answers to the proposed regulations.

Mark Baumann's practice is primarily tax-related, including employee benefits, executive compensation (current and deferred), equity-based incentive plans, tax planning and tax disputes, partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies, other closely held businesses, professional firms and tax-exempt organizations. He has extensive experience advising publicly held companies how to comply with Sections 409A and 162(m) when designing executive deferred compensation and incentive plans. Mark has designed many retirement plans that maximize tax-deferred benefits for executives and business owners, and he works closely with actuarial consultants to attain those results.

For more information or to register, go to: Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop.


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