March 27, 2000

Information On Health Benefits Available In Spanish

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March 24, 2000

Plan Officials Of Ky.-Based Radac Pension Plan Sued For Undervalued Plan Stock

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March 23, 2000

Labor Department To Recoup 401(K) Plan Losses From Former Louis Allis Company President

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March 20, 2000

Leadership Named Of The ERISA Advisory Council

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March 20, 2000

Leadership Named Of The ERISA Advisory Council

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March 15, 2000

Franklin Park, Ill., Plan Administrator Ordered To Restore $7,000 To Employee Benefit Plan

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March 14, 2000

Pension Agency Announces Voluntary Correction Program For Employee Benefit Plans

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March 9, 2000

Labor Department Publishes Application Form For Electronic Filers, Electronic Transmitters And Software Developers

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March 7, 2000

Labor Dept. Reaches Settlement With Michael Howe For Pension Violations

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March 7, 2000

Labor Department Seeks To Recoup Profit Sharing Plan Losses From First Capital Mortgage Corporation Officer

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March 6, 2000

New Members Named To The ERISA Advisory Council

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March 3, 2000

Minneapolis-Based Firms To Make Restitution To Retirement Savings Plan

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February 29, 2000

Albany, New York, Business Woman Sentenced To Serve 63 Months In Federal Prison For Bank Fraud And Embezzlement

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February 29, 2000

Monroe, N.C. Officials Sued For Misuse Of Pension And Health Benefit Assets

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February 24, 2000

Avon, Connecticut, Employer Repays Loan Interest To Employee Pension Plan Following U.S. Labor Department Investigation; Agrees To Court Order Prohibiting Future Violations Of Federal Pension Law

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Fred Brunoli and Sons, Inc., of Avon, Connecticut, and John F. Brunoli as president of the company and trustee of the company’s employee pension plan, have agreed to a federal court order which prohibits them from future violations of the federal law which protects employee pension plans.

February 14, 2000

Department Of Labor And Certified Financial Planner Board Of Standards Launch New Savings Fitness Tool For Consumers

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - To help Americans strengthen their retirement savings, the Department of Labor and the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) are introducing a new guideline for savings fitness, a comprehensive, free booklet entitled Savings Fitness: A Guide to Your Money and Your Financial Future.