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  • "The New Cash Balance and Hybrid Plan Regulations," Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop, Minnesota CLE, 2015
    Mark Baumann
  • "IRS Audits and Experiences in Audit CAP," panel member, 33rd Annual Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop, Minnesota CLE, 2013
    Mark Baumann
  • "Overview of Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System,"
    co-presenter, American Society for Pension Professionals & Actuaries Benefits Council of the Greater Twin Cities, 2011
    Mark Baumann, Elaine M. Hause
  • "2010 Funding & Amendment Decisions for Defined Benefit Pension Plans," co-presenter, 26th Annual Fall Seminar of the Midwest Pension Conference, Minnesota Chapter, 2010
    Mark Baumann
  • "Qualified Plan Amendments Beyond EGTRRA," 29th Annual Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop, Minnesota CLE, 2009
    Mark Baumann
  • "Correction of Code Sec. 409A Errors under Notice 2008-113 & Otherwise," co-presenter, Minneapolis Pension Council, 2009
    Mark Baumann
  • "Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later. How Will IRC §409A Final Regulations Impact Executive Compensation?" Maslon Speaker Series, 2007
    Mark Baumann, Alan M. Gilbert
  • "Deferred Compensation under New Code Section 409A," co-presenter, Minneapolis Pension Council, 2005
    Mark Baumann
  • "Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)," co-presenter, Minneapolis Pension Council, 2004
    Mark Baumann
  • "What Is a ‘Cash Balance' Pension Plan? And Why Use One?," Wachovia Securities Lunch and Learn Meeting, 2004
    Mark Baumann
  • "Tax Change for Divided Deferred Compensation & Options; Updates on QDRO Problems & QCSMOs," American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2003
    Mark Baumann
  • "Retirement Plan Changes for Tax-Exempt and Government Entities," Minneapolis Pension Council, 2002
    Mark Baumann
  • "How Are Employee Benefits, Equity-Based Compensation and Deferred Compensation Different in a Partnership or Limited Liability Company?" Hennepin County Bar Association, Tax Section, 2002
    Mark Baumann
  • "How Are Employee Benefits, Equity-Based Compensation and Deferred Compensation Different in a Partnership or Limited Liability Company?" Minneapolis Pension Council, 2000
    Mark Baumann
  • "Final Treasury Regulations Allow Elimination of Optional Payment Forms from Qualified Retirement Plans," Minneapolis Pension Council, 2000
    Mark Baumann
  • "S Corporations and ESOPs - Do They Belong Together?" Minnesota Institute of Legal Education; Minneapolis Pension Council; Minnesota Corporate Fiduciaries meeting, 1999
    Mark Baumann
  • "Valuing and Dividing Retirement Benefits; Health Coverage Orders for Children," Tax Aspects of Divorce in Minnesota, NBI Seminar, 1999
    Mark Baumann
  • "Planning for Distributions from Qualified Plans and IRAs," Advanced Employee Benefits Workshop, Minnesota CLE, 1997
    Mark Baumann
  • "How Are Employers Using Life Insurance for Employee Retirement Funding," Annual Employee Benefits Institute, Minnesota CLE, 1995
    Mark Baumann
  • "How Do Employers Use Deferred Compensation to Create Equity-Based Incentive Plans for Key Employees?" Midwest Pension Conference Summer Retreat, 1995
    Mark Baumann
  • "ERISA Fiduciary Liability and Prohibited Transaction Rules and Exemptions in the Sale of Sophisticated Life Insurance Products to an Employee Benefit Plan or Employer," Minnesota Institute of Legal Education, 1994
    Mark Baumann
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