*Recognize when disqualified person complement and plan asset complement ordinal distinctions are correctly framed *Recognize when cardinality’s (Greatest: Least) Transitive Rank Product Sum is correctly framed *Recognize when cardinal (max, min) feasibility set outer limits are correctly quantified
In the first webcast of this four-webcast retirement plan tax law series, the Section 4975(e)(2)(G) 50-percent-or-more disqualified person criterion complement determined the retirement plan management and investment risk (self-dealing activity, incidental benefit) bright line; defining the difference between management and investment risk diversification policy compliance and noncompliance. Accordingly, the bright line sounds in ordinal distinctions. Ordinal policy compliant determinations, however, beg cardinal scale measurements. To that end, this course teaches (greatest: least) transitive retirement plan management and investment risk diversification cardinal indices.
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