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The DOL and more…From the DOL’s Lips to our Ears
March 18 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
The Pension Education Council of Atlanta (PECA) is pleased to invite you to this very informative presentation by Alycya Henderson, J.D., a Supervisory Benefits Advisor for the U.S. Department of Labor–Employee Benefits Security Administration in the Atlanta Regional Office. Join us in welcoming Alycya to PECA! Find out what she has to say about qualified plan audits and DOL field investigations and learn what the DOL folks are finding out in the field. This presentation will help you better equip both you and your customers should the DOL come knocking at their door. Ms. Henderson will also take your questions during the session.
In addition to Ms. Henderson’s presentation Alison J. Cohen, J.D. from Ferenczy Benefits Law Center will discuss the new online IRS VCP submission processes, which will become effective April 1, 2019. She will outline how the submission process has changed, the challenges that are already being felt, and the new procedures. Also, she will share suggestions on the process to ease the transition to the new rules.
PECA thanks the Atlanta DOL Office for its encouragement of dialogue between them and practitioners, as well as its support of Atlanta’s newest pension education organization. Please join us for what we know will be a great session.
WHEN: Monday – March 18, 2019
WHERE: Invesco Global Management Inc. – 1555 Peachtree St NW # 1800, Atlanta, GA 30309 – Free Valet Parking will be provided
TIME: 11:30AM – 2PM
FOOD: Lunch will be provided at 11:30
COST: SOLD OUT
$25 (PECA Members) $75 (Non-Members)
CONTINUING EDUCATION: This event has been approved for up to 2 hours of ERPA CE Credit. CE Credit for ASPPA, NIPA and other organizations should be self reported.
More about our Main Speaker:
Alycya Henderson is the Supervisory Benefits Advisor for the Atlanta Regional Office, Customer Service Unit. Alycya began her career with the U.S. Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) in 1999 in the Boston Regional Office as a Student Benefits Advisor. She was hired as an Investigator in the Cincinnati Regional Office in 1999 and transferred to the Atlanta Regional Office in 2001. She became a Senior Investigator in March 2008 As Supervisory Benefits Advisor, Alycya manages a staff of nine Benefits Advisors who are responsible for providing technical information, guidance, and assistance to plan participants and their beneficiaries, plan administrators, fiduciaries, third party administrators, service providers, and other interested parties regarding rights and obligations under the statutory and regulatory provisions of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA), Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA), and other related legislation. Alycya holds a Juris Doctor degree from New England School of Law and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Tennessee State University.