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Old 10-29-2019, 06:18 PM
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ASM EA-2L Exam Course Outline & Review Questions | 2019

This manual consists of my course outline and review questions that have been inserted into the various sections of the outline. The 2019 edition includes any increases in limitations that are updated annually by the Department of the Treasury and PBGC. This manual assumes knowledge of the material covered on the EA-1 exam. Learn more.

ASM Solutions to the EA-2L Exam | 2017-2019

These manuals consist of detailed solutions to the 2017, 2018, and 2019 EA-2L exam(s). You may purchase the solutions to the past three years either as a bundle or by individual year. Learn more.
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Is 2019 the newest manual or will there be a newer manual coming out soon?
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Is 2019 the newest manual or will there be a newer manual coming out soon?
The 2020 edition will be available in early December. The only major change from the 2019 manual is a rewrite of the section dealing with PBGC missing participants upon plan termination, reflecting updated regulations. The update to that section will also be available on the ASM website as a sample of the 2020 manual. Other than that, just some minor corrections and updates to reflect the 2020 cost of living limits. No other major changes are expected (unless the IRS issues some major new regulation next week -- highly unlikely).
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