October 25, 2014
Paula Calimafde and Jessica Summers Co-Author Chapter on Employee Benefits for NYU Review
- October 25, 2014
- Related Attorneys: Paula Calimafde, Jessica Summers
- Related Practice Areas: Employee Benefits, Retirement Plans
Paula Calimafde and Jessica Summers co-authored a chapter entitled “Tax Reform and the Potential Negative Impact for Small Business and Its Qualified Retirement Plan System,” in the New York University Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation – 2014.
The article examines a number of recent tax reform proposals and explores the impact that such proposals might have on small businesses and the retirement plan system.
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