February 2, 2016
Nexsen Pruet tax and benefits attorney Sue Odom produced two quick videos. The first is about when an employee benefits attorney might be needed and the second about Employee Stock Ownership Plans.
You need an employee benefits lawyer when...
Sue looks at examples of times when a benefits lawyer could be needed, including when there is an audit from the Internal Revenue Service or the Department of Labor.
Employee Stock Ownership Plans
Sue discusses why Employee Stock Ownership Plans are her favorite, including huge tax advantages for certain businesses.
Suzanne G. Odom has worked extensively with virtually all types of employer-sponsored retirement and welfare benefit plans, including pension, profit sharing, 401(k), 403(b), and 457(b) plans, ESOPs, and health, accident, disability, Section 125, flexible spending, and other welfare plans. Her clients include large and small for-profit companies across all industry sectors, non-profit corporations, and governmental entities.