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Employee Benefits

Federal Legislation

ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended, 29 USC 1001 et seq.) is a federal law that sets minimum standards for pension plans. The Department of Labor's (DOL) Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) enforces ERISA.

United States Code access from FDsys, U.S. House, BloombergLexis, Westlaw

Proposed Legislation and Legislative Histories: and ProQuest Congressional

Internal Revenue Code Sections Affecting Employee Benefit Plans

Summary of the Major Laws of the Department of Labor


Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulation (CFR): FDsys, HeinOnline

Federal Register (FR): FDsys, HeinOnilne

29 CFR Parts 2509 to 2590 - EBSA (formerly known as the Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration) regulations, including interpretive bulletins related to ERISA (29 CFR Part 2509).

EBSA (Employee Benefits Security Administration): Proposed Rules (1996-) and Final Rules (1996-)

Department of Labor's Rulemaking and Regulations


Administrative Rulings