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Morneau Shepell Handbook of Canadian Pension and Benefit Plans, 17th Edition

This book is an indispensable tool for understanding the essential elements of Canadian public and private pension and benefit plans, their legal and regulatory framework and their administrative requirements.
Publication Language: English
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Softcover | Approx. 700 pages

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780433506997

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National Coverage of Pension and Benefits, Legal & Regulatory Framework, Administration, Governance and Related Issues
Morneau Shepell Handbook of Canadian Pension and Benefit Plans, 17th Edition is an indispensable tool for understanding the essential elements of Canadian public and private pension and benefit plans, their legal and regulatory framework and their administrative requirements. Updated and developed by Morneau Shepell and HUB International professionals, this insightful book provides comprehensive coverage of pensions and benefits, from retirement savings and deferred compensation arrangements to extended health care and employee assistance plans.

Topics Covered

  • Employer Plans – Design, Registration and Administration
  • Government Programs, including Workers' Compensation and Employment Insurance
  • Governance and Risk Management
  • Financial Management
  • Investment Management
  • Legislation and Case Law
  • Taxation
  • Public Sector and Multi-Employer Plans
  • Supplementary Pension Arrangements
  • Termination and Winding Up
  • Member Communications
  • Extended Health and Dental
  • Group Life and Accident Insurance
  • Flexible Benefits and Employee Assistance Programs
  • Workplace Health Management
  • Post-Retirement and Post-Employment Benefits
  • Retirement Planning

What's New in This Edition

  • Details on the enhancement of the Canada and Quebec Pension Plans
  • Coverage of numerous legislative and case law developments
  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pensions and benefits
  • Significant developments in governance and risk management
  • Tax and other expertise on deferred share units, individual pension plans and PSPAs
  • Useful commentary on flexible capital accumulation plans and buy-in and buy-out annuity purchases

This publication is intended for plan sponsors, plan administrators and trustees, pension consultants, pension and benefits lawyers, human resources practitioners and others interested in the field of Canadian pensions and benefits.

 

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Table of contents

Preface
List of Acronyms

PART 1: Retirement Income Arrangements
Chapter 1 – Overview of Retirement Income Arrangements
Chapter 2 – Government Pension Programs
Chapter 3 – Employer Pension Plans – Terms and Conditions
Chapter 4 – Governance of Retirement, Savings and Other Benefit Plans
Chapter 5 – Design, Registration and Administration of Pension Plans
Chapter 6 – Financial Management of Pension Plans
Chapter 7 – Pension Fund Investment Management
Chapter 8 – Registration of Pension Plans Under the Income Tax Act and Taxation of Retirement Savings
Chapter 9 – Pension Standards Legislation
Chapter 10 – Case Law Affecting Pension Plans
Chapter 11 – Multi–Employer Pension Plans
Chapter 12 – Public Sector Pension Plans
Chapter 13 – Supplementary Pension Arrangements
Chapter 14 – Other Retirement Income, Savings, and Deferred Compensation Arrangements
Chapter 15 – Winding Up a Pension Plan

PART II: Employee Benefits
Chapter 16 – Overview of Employee Benefits
Chapter 17 – Provincial Hospital and Medical Insurance Plans
Chapter 18 – Workers' Compensation
Chapter 19 – Employment Insurance
Chapter 20 – Extended Health and Dental Care Plans
Chapter 21 – Disability Benefits and Income Programs
Chapter 22 – Workplace Health Management
Chapter 23 – Group Life and Accident Insurance
Chapter 24 – Post–Retirement and Post–Employment Benefits
Chapter 25 – Financial Management and Administration of Employee Benefit Plans
Chapter 26 – Flexible Benefits
Chapter 27 – Employee Assistance Programs and Other Employee Benefits

PART III: Developing Areas
Chapter 28 – Retirement Planning
Chapter 29 – Communicating Benefits and Retirement Savings Plans

Case Table
Table of Contents for the Morneau Shepell Pension Charts in the Canadian Employment Benefits & Pension Guide
Index