Simply a Better Research Experience
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. provides current, accurate, and authoritative resources with analysis and insight into every aspect of employee benefits, retirement plan administration, and compliance. Cheetah™ Pension & Employee Benefits gives you access to time-saving practice tools, current awareness resources, and professional references.
One single dashboard, a wealth of information
From a single, clearly organized, and customizable dashboard you can set successful strategies, maintain compliance, establish and administer plans, and provide effective advice using:
- 60 explanatory guides and answer books
- 18 practical tools
- 19 journals and newsletters
- 7,506 interactive forms
- 58,000 ERISA cases
- 105,000 tax law cases
- 205,000 agency materials
All correlated and easily searchable from one dashboard – streamlining and decreasing the time you spend researching and looking for answers.
Create a Custom Pension & Employee Benefits Library
The CheetahTM Pension & Employee Benefits Suite allows you to create your custom library by selecting from over 50 titles to best your meet your needs. All of which will then be in one place for you to search, refer to, add highlights and notes, share with colleagues, and more.
Authored by recognized and trusted authorities in their respective fields, these references deliver a breadth and depth of expert, hands-on knowledge to help you create and manage retirement and welfare benefits plans from beginning to end including:
- 401(k) Answer Book by Empower Retirement
- 5500 Preparer’s Manual by Linda T. Fisher and Mary B. Andersen
- Cash Balance Plan Answer Book by Daniel Schwallie, Barbara Hogg, Paul Rangecroft, and Eric Keener
- The Pension Answer Book by Stephen J. Krass
- Employee Benefits Answer Book by Dorinda D. DeScherer
- Employee Benefits in Mergers & Acquisitions by Ilene H. Ferenczy
- ERISA Law Answer Book by John F. Buckley
- Executive Compensation by Michael Melbinger
Easy-to-use practice tools
Decision Trees, Smart Charts, State Comparison Charts, Calculators, Glossaries, and more all speed up your pension and employee benefits related research, and enable you to reach the right answer fast.
“Wolters Kluwer reached out to discuss how they could make their research tools more valuable to my practice. I made a couple of suggestions and they listened! The newly combined pension & employee benefits dashboard lets me search all available resources in the employee benefits practice area, making it much easier to find the resources I need to do my job.”Jacob Mattinson, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery
Explore the types of articles and in-depth analysis available through the Cheetah Pension & Employee Benefits Suite.
Home Depot has “more doing” to do to avoid ERISA liability for alleged mismanagement of 401(k) plan investment funds
Allegations of high fees, chronic underperformance against benchmarks and comparable funds, and specific legal and financial warning signs supported a plausible claim that a plan sponsor breached its...
Employee failed to show his termination related to having taken FMLA leave
An employer was granted its motion for summary judgment against a case brought by an employee pursuant to the FMLA, ruled a federal district court in Illinois. The employee failed to show that his...
IRS issues updated mortality improvement rates and static mortality tables for 2021
The IRS has provided the updated mortality improvement rates and static mortality tables to be used under Code Sec. 430(h)(3)(A). These rates are used to calculate the funding target and other items...
Financial well-being benefits to grow in popularity in 2020
Seventy percent of companies currently offer financial well-being benefits and more than half of them intend to expand such offerings in 2020. This is one of the key findings captured in the...
IRS issues guidance on third six-year remedial amendment cycle for pre-approved DB plans
The IRS has announced that the third six-year remedial amendment cycle for pre-approved defined benefit plans begins on May 1, 2020 and ends on January 31, 2025. The IRS further states that the on...