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ERISA Outline Book

The ERISA Outline Book (EOB) is both a reference book and a study guide on qualified plans, presented in outline format and fully indexed. Thousands of pension professionals use it as a primary pension resource. With ASPPA's EOB the answers to every day questions and the most difficult client issues are at your fingertips.

ASPPA's EOB consists of 9 indexed volumes and is available in both print and easy to navigate online products. The print version is updated annually while the online subscriptions include quarterly updates for the most recent content at your fingertips. Various single user and multi-user licenses provide solutions for both individual practitioners and larger firms. 

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Single User Pricing
Product Option List Price Member Price

♦ Best Value ♦ 2019 Print & Single User Online Subscription

$1,110 $1,040
2019 Print Edition Only  $875 $800
Single User Online Subscription Only $770 $700
Multiple User Pricing
Product Option List Price  Member Price
3 User Annual License $2,000 $1,830
5 User Annual License $3,810 $3,480
10 User Annual License $7,620 $6,940

For Unlimited User License, please contact Jake Linney

Download the ASPPA EOB order form.

Highlights in the 2019 edition:

  • Proposed regulations on hardship distributions
  • Proposed regulations on association and PEO MEPs
  • PLR on student loan repayments
  • Part-time exclusion for universal availability in 403(b) plans
  • Reporting eligible rollover loan offsets
  • Disaster relief for hurricanes Florence and Michael
  • Interim guidance on UBTI from partnerships held by trust
  • PBGC simplified process for disaster process
  • Updated dollar limits for 2019; latest 401(k) testing checklist
  • Latest Required Amendments List for individually-designed plans
  • 2019 update of determination letter procedures & user fees
  • The latest pension-related court cases from the Supreme Court and the Federal Courts