Tom Walker will address the MNCPA’s Audits of Employee Benefit Plans Conference on May 17, 2021, to discuss “The Most Common Retirement Plan Mistakes and How to Fix Them.” With the complexity of plan terms, the multitude of legal requirements and the potential inexperience of personnel, retirement plan mistakes are bound to happen. Review the ...
May 17-18, 2021
Employee Benefits attorney Tom Walker will be serving as a panelist at the CFO Leadership Council session “Creative Compensation: A Discussion on Benefits & Compensation.” Tom and other panelists will discuss effective compensation and benefits strategies to keep business competitive and healthy, taking into account your company’s growth path, industry, and the talent you want ...
October 8, 20203:30 - 5:15
Winthrop & Weinstine Employee Benefits attorney Thomas Walker will present at the Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter of the ESOP Association Chapter Meeting. His session will discuss re-leveraging as a sustainability strategy for ESOP companies, the pros and cons of re-leveraging, other potential alternatives, and the fiduciary issues and mechanics involved in re-leveraging transactions.
June 13, 2019
The Safe Harbor allowed the sharing of U.S.-EU personal data without violating the EU's privacy laws.
On March 21, 2013, Governor Dayton signed a tax bill that impacts Minnesota residents as well as those who reside out-of-state, but own real estate and other assets in Minnesota.
The decision will impact businesses and individuals in the areas of estate planning, tax, employment practices and employee benefits.
The Omnibus Tax Bill contains major changes to the Minnesota estate and gift tax laws, effective July 1, 2013.
On May 14, 2013, Governor Dayton signed into law legislation revising the definition of "marriage" in Minnesota to include same-sex marriage. The law becomes effective August 1, 2013.
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