Who's the Employer

Derrin Watson's clear, easy to understand language and thorough presentation of the law make Who's the Employer, a pleasure to read as well as an essential reference for plan administrators, staffing firms, and human resource departments. His 7th edition updates the book to take into account changes over the last three years. It also has enhanced discussion of multiple employer plans, rehired employees, and ERISA.

Over 1,100 examples illustrate the issues affecting employer and employee status in a unique, light-hearted style. Practitioners will find his step by step descriptions of how to analyze employer aggregation questions and the consequences of that aggregation a vital tool in their practice.

This important book examines all the issues affecting who must be counted and who must be excluded in a qualified plan. While Who’s the Employer focuses on qualified plan issues, it also discusses the effect of these rules on other employee benefit plans, payroll taxes, and corporate income taxes.

It has a complete analysis of:

  • Controlled Groups
  • Common Control Groups
  • Affiliated Service Groups
  • Management Function Groups
  • Leased Employees and Staffing Firms
  • PEOs after Rev. Proc. 2002-21
  • Shared Employees
  • Employee/Independent Contractor Status
  • Controlled Groups
  • Common Control Groups
  • Affiliated Service Groups
  • Management Function Groups
  • Leased Employees and Staffing Firms
  • PEOs after Rev. Proc. 2002-21
  • Shared Employees
  • Employee/Independent Contractor Status

What's New

The 7th on-line edition is available now on ERISApedia.com.

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Employers who sponsor pension, profit-sharing, ESOP and other tax-qualified retirement plans may ask questions here about:

  • Employee/Independent Contractor Issues
  • Leased Employees
  • Controlled Groups
  • Trades or Businesses Under Common Control
  • Affiliated Service Groups

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