Section Newsletter Articles on Social Security
Privacy: Social Security numbers
, September 2009
ERISA has a little-known privacy provision in Section 106(b) which restricts the disclosure of certain information about participants.
Should your LLC make an S election to save on social security and Medicare taxes?
Business and Securities Law
, December 2008
Many factors are relevant in making the decision to elect S corporation tax status for an LLC, including whether the LLC qualifies to make the election, whether the LLC is likely to own, sell or refinance appreciating property, obtaining basis for loans to the LLC, the ability to adjust the LLC’s basis in it assets, and whether special allocations of income and expense items may be involved.
Disability Law: Social Security
General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm
, March 2006
This article provides a basic outline of the process for helping a client obtain disability benefits from Social Security.
California limits disclosure of social security numbers
Corporate Law Departments
, February 2003
Effective July 1, 2002, it is against the law for a company doing business in California to include an individual's social security number on any correspondence to that customer, unless legally required to do so.