Lay Pensions for School Employees: Helping Your Faculty and Staff Prepare for Retirement
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)
In 2009, the General Convention of the Episcopal Church passed Resolution A138 establishing the Lay Employee Pension system and expanded pension benefits to qualified employees regularly scheduled to work 1,000 hours per year. In 2012, General Convention passed Resolution C042 which modified contribution requirements for Episcopal schools. Join the presenter for a discussion of the details of the lay pension program and how it impacts you and your employees.
Tim Vanover, Vice President for Business Development, Church Pension Group
Tuesday, October 21, 2014.
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Registration Fees:These fees are available through 10/22/2014
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For more information please contact:Mr. David J. Schnabel CAE