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Maree P Vahue

Maree P Vahue, MBA, QKA, is a professionally accredited Retirement Services Compliance Analyst II for Paychex, Inc. based in Rochester, NY. Maree and her team are responsible for examining, researching, and communicating ERISA regulations to the Paychex retirement organization that provides recordkeeping for nearly 80,000 clients. Prior to her time on the retirement services compliance team, Maree gained several years of experience as a Platinum Client Associate, providing high-profile clients with a primary contact for both Section 125 and 401(k) retirement administrative and recordkeeping services. Maree then transitioned to a Senior Project Support Representative who specialized in preparing complex plan allocations and comprehensive compliance testing for the same high-profile retirement plans.

Maree earned both her bachelor and master’s degrees in business with dual concentrations in marketing and management information systems from Rochester Institute of Technology. She has also earned the designation of Qualified 401(k) Administrator (QKA) through the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries.

WORX Content from this Author

How the New Tax Bill Impacts Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans and IRAs

The recent tax overhaul has changed some rules around employer-sponsored retirement plans and IRAs. Plan sponsors should read on to understand how various provisions of the tax law could impact retirement plan decisions.

IRS Raises 401(k) Contribution Limits for 2018

Take a look at 2018's annual contribution limits for 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans. This is an opportune time to consider offering a retirement plan if you don't do so already.

IRS Extends Tax Hardship Relief to Victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria

Following three major hurricanes, the IRS is giving tax relief to eligible taxpayers residing or owning businesses in FEMA-designated disaster areas. This article outlines details of this relief.

Tax Relief for Hurricane Victims Includes Penalty-Free 401(k) Withdrawals, Easier Access to Loans

This week a new law went into effect that gives hurricane victims easier access to loan and hardship withdrawals. Keep reading to get details about this act.