Throughout the year, NIPA offers webcasts and other educational opportunities that provide relevant, timely information in a convenient, flexible format. NIPA's low-cost, online education allows you to maximize industry knowledge and earn two (2) NIPA and when applicable two (2) ERPA continuing education credits from the comfort of your workstation.
NIPA Live Webcasts
Continuing Education Credits: 2 NIPA CPE; 2 ERPA CPE (when applicable); JBEA
- NIPA members: $99
- Non-members: $199
- Additional Employee Registration: $50
Complimentary press registration for NIPA education events is open to credentialed journalists (e.g., reporters, editors, writers, news photographers, producers, online editors, etc.) who work for a publication, news service, broadcast outlet or news Internet site that is regularly issued, published primarily for the dissemination of news, and operates independently from any commercial, political, government or special interest. Review the Media Guidelines and complete the Media Registration Form.
Instructions for accessing live webcasts will be emailed to registered attendees 48 hours prior to the webcast's start time. If you are attempting to register within the 48 hours before the webcast is live, please contact NIPA Headquarters to receive a copy of the login instructions.
Presented by: Linda T. Fisher, Owner, Manager of Linda T. Fisher 5500 Consulting , LLC
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
11:00 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. CT
Continuing Education Credits: 2 NIPA CPE; 2 ERPA CPE
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With employee benefit laws continually changing, it becomes challenging for plan sponsors and benefit plan practitioners to keep current with all Form 5500 filing requirements. This webcast will focus on understanding the numerous 2014 Form 5500/5500-SF series changes, the new Form 8955-SSA electronic filing requirement, review of the proposed Form 5500-SUP, Form 5558 processing and acceptance concerns, DOL and IRS employee benefit plan current initiatives, common errors that are easy to avoid and more!
Employee Benefit Practitioners and Plan Sponsors need to better understand the key questions on the Form 5500 series filing that the DOL, IRS, and PBGC often use to initiate an audit of the plan. Learn what the DOL and IRS are focusing on now for the 2014 plan year and next year for the 2015 plan year.
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