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School District 403(b) Plans and Investment Selection

School District 403(b) Plans and Investment Selection

When it comes to 403(b) plans of California school districts or charter schools, there is confusion about the ability of the sponsoring district or charter school to limit the participant’s ability to select a particular insurance provider for their tax-sheltered...

What Is a Section 415(m) Plan, and When Might You Need One?

What Is a Section 415(m) Plan, and When Might You Need One?

Because both the Internal Revenue Code (Code) and PEPRA sometimes “conspire” to limit the retirement benefits of public agency employees in ways that make it harder for affected agencies to hire and retain certain individuals, it may become necessary for those...

Why a Public Agency Might Want to Add a 401(a) Plan

Why a Public Agency Might Want to Add a 401(a) Plan

The vast majority of public agencies already maintain a 457(b), or eligible deferred compensation plan. A much smaller number also maintains one or more 401(a) plans in addition. This post discusses some of the reasons a public agency might want to add a 401(a) plan...

Managing Your Agency’s CalPERS Pension Liabilities

Managing Your Agency’s CalPERS Pension Liabilities

Municipal and special district employers, particularly their elected council and board members, continue to express concerns over the size of their agencies’ CalPERS “liabilities” and what can be done to mitigate them. Although there are several strategies to address...