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Using Voluntary Correction Programs to Correct Common Health and Retirement Plan Errors

 

Learn how to properly correct errors on your company's qualified retirement plans and minimize penalties.

Although sponsors of employee benefit plans are all likely aware of the importance of maintaining their plans in compliance with applicable laws such as the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) and the Internal Revenue Code, they may not be aware of what to do when a mistake occurs regarding plan administration. Depending on the situation, one option may be to utilize a voluntary correction program offered by the Department of Labor or the Internal Revenue Service. This topic is intended to provide you with helpful and easy to use information regarding these programs so that in the event that you should ever need to utilize one, you know where to begin.

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Gabrielle (Gabby) A. Hansen

Gabrielle (Gabby) A. Hansen

Barran Liebman, LLP

  • Associate at Barran Liebman, LLP
  • Enjoys advising clients on a broad range of employment compliance matters
  • She focuses on representing employers in a variety of ERISA and employment matters, proactively working with clients to attain effective and favorable outcomes
  • Knowledgeable about affirmative action plans, which can pose unique and complicated challenges for the employers required to maintain them
  • Assists clients by drafting noncompetes, employment agreements, contracts, and various documents related to health and retirement plans
  • Highly involved in the community, serving on the Business for a Better Portland Associate Board of Directors, and participating as a member of the American Bar Association, Joint Committee on Employee Benefits, Western Pension & Benefits Council, Oregon Women Lawyers, Portland Human Resources Management Association, Society for Human Resource Management, and the Multnomah Bar Association Young Lawyers Section
  • J.D. degree, magna cum laude, Willamette University College of Law; B.A. degree, cum laude, in philosophy and Spanish, University of Portland
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