National Retirement Practice Leader at Qualified Plan Advisors in Omaha, Nebraska, Matthew Eickman has 14 years of private legal practice experience focusing exclusively on employee benefits. While in private practice, he has worked closely with sponsors and fiduciaries of defined contribution and defined benefit plans of all sizes, and represented clients in front of the DOL, IRS, and PBGC.
In his current role as Director of ERISA Services for Qualified Plan Advisors, Matthew provides fiduciary training, Investment Policy Statement oversight and design, and vendor oversight. He is also a member of the firm’s Investment Advisory Committee. He holds his FINRA Series 7 and 66 registrations.
Matthew is an active member of the Employee Benefits Committee of the American Bar Association Tax Section, serving as Chair of the Defined Contribution Plans Subcommittee and being honored as a Nolan Fellow. He also has been appointed to the IRS TE/GE Gulf States Council and is a frequent speaker on regulatory developments, fiduciary responsibilities, and retirement readiness.
J.D., Baylor Law School magna cum laude
B.S.B.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln highest distinction
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Restricted Property — Section 83 (Portfolio 384)
This Portfolio examines the operation of Internal Revenue Code §83 in taxing various types of transfers of property in connection with the performance of services by employees.
Nonstatutory Stock Options (Portfolio 383)
The Portfolio, Nonstatutory Stock Options, examines the rules governing the taxation of stock options granted to employees by their employers as compensation for services rendered.