401(k) plans in mergers and acquisitions
, May 1999
The continuing stream of business mergers and acquisitions along with the popularity of Internal Revenue Code ("code") section 401(k) plans have resulted in many employers seeking advice regarding their own 401(k) plans or those of an acquired company in the context of a business acquisition or disposition.
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