In light of the recent impact of federal legislation on firms in the United States,
Coleman Consulting conducts Seminars, interpreting the implication of this legislation,
which are eligible for Continuing Education Credit. The United States Government continues
to assume an active role in establishing requirements for pension and profit sharing plans.
Some of these requirements are a result of direct legislation such as the Economic Growth Tax
Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (EGTRRA), The Pension Protection Act 2006 (PPA), and the Technical
Corrections Act of 2008 (TCA). To compliment such legislation, the Internal Revenue Service
has issued a number of Regulations and Rulings to clarify, restrict, or broaden the ramifications
of retirement plans. As a result, the impact on employers has been substantial.
Our founder, CJ Coleman, an Actuary, has more than thirty four years of experience in the
private pension and employee benefits field. While with Actuarial Certification Corporation in
New York, New York, Mr. Coleman served as the Managing Pension Director of the Eastern Division.
He served as the "Private Pension Director and "Third Party Consultant" for the four Largest
Investment Institutions in the US and ran the entire pension department for a fifth firm which
was the number one "Boutique Firm" in the New York Metropolitan Area. Prior to founding Coleman
Consulting Corporation, Mr. Coleman was given fiduciary responsiblity for over 76 Billion in
private pension assets managed in over 2900 pension plans.
The combined experience of Coleman Consulting Corporation and their professional support staff
continues to manage the pension departments for three investment institutions in New York,
New York, one investment company in Long Island and one more company in Somerville Ma, near Tufts
University. Coleman Consulting Corporation continues to be a sought-after, knowledgeable and
practical resource in the pension field by the business community.