Dilworth Paxson’s Matthew Whitehorn and Stephanie Searles to Present Penjerdel Employee Benefits and Compensation Association’s “Retirement Plans Boot Camp 2017” on June 8

05/26/2017

Matthew Whitehorn, Chair of Dilworth’s Employee Benefits Group, and Stephanie Searles, Associate in the Employee Benefits Group, will both present at Penjerdel Employee Benefits and Compensation Association’s (PEBA) “Retirement Plans Boot Camp 2017”. This full-day program will feature additional presenters* and will be a combination of lecture style learning and interactive case studies.

Participants will learn about Defined Benefit Plans, Defined Contribution Plans, ERISA Title I, audit and other governance matters. After learning about these topics, participants will be asked to put their knowledge into practice. Small teams will be assigned and asked to prepare and present on a case study.

The program will be held at Dilworth Paxson (1500 Market Street, Suite 3500E, Philadelphia) on Thursday, June 8 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. Continuing Education Credits for the full-day program are: 5.5 General HRCI Credits and 4.5 General; and 1.0 Ethics PA CLE Credit.

*For more information on additional presenters from Deloitte; Belfint, Lyons, and Shauman, CPA; and Paisner Litvin LLP, and to register, please contact Michael Harbison at 215-735-9435 or peba.philly@gmail.com

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