|Contact Info||Telephone: 212-842-7161|
|University ||Syracuse University, B.A., 1973|
|Law School||Fordham University School of Law, J.D., 1982; New York University School of Law, L.L.M., 1987|
|Admitted||1983, New York|
Eva A. Rasmussen concentrates on the design, implementation and communication of qualified plans and deferred compensation arrangements as well as maintaining compliance with the various tax and ERISA requirements pertaining to such plans. Ms. Rasmussen also advises employers on the design, operation and communication of welfare, cafeteria, dependent care, retiree health and flexible benefit plans including compliance with the Affordable Care Act, HIPAA and COBRA. She also advises on compliance with IRC Section 409A including correction methods for operational and documentary failures of non-qualified deferred compensation arrangements. She counsels non-profit entities on obtaining a Federal income tax exemption, compliance with IRC Section 403(b) and the application of IRC Section 457(f) to ineligible compensation arrangements. She represents employers in the negotiation of employment and termination agreements.
- Prepared a comprehensive Flexible Benefits Plan for a financial services company including a premium conversion feature, health care and dependent care spending accounts and a health savings account
- Redesigned deferred compensation arrangements of a non-profit entity to comply with IRC Sections 409A and 457(f)
- Prepared wrap-around Summary Plan Description for a medical plan to supplement the insurance booklet
- Prepared severance arrangement for a medical center that complies with IRC Section 409A
- Secured numerous favorable determination letters for qualified plans
- American Bar Association, Taxation Section, Employee Benefits Committee
- New York City Bar Association
- New York Employee Benefits Group
Honors, Awards and Recognitions
- 2012 In Motion Commitment to Justice Award for Outstanding Legal Team
- 2007 Legal Aid Society Service Award
Documents by this lawyer on Martindale.com
Is It Time to Update Your Cafeteria Plan?
Eva A. Rasmussen, February 18, 2015
Employers who offer their employees the opportunity to pay their share of premiums for health coverage with pre-tax dollars must offer this benefit through a written Premium Conversion Plan established under Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code in order to comply with IRS rules. Premium...
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