For small employer retirement plans, a tax credit of up to 50% of the first $1,000 in “eligible start up costs” may be available to offset establishment and administration costs. Learn More >
This chart describes the four safe harbor options available to employers to avoid some nondiscrimination testing. Learn More >
A checklist of tasks to review and approve hardship withdrawals. Learn More >
We recommend plan sponsors always keep an up-to-date permanent listing of missing participants as part of their retirement plan record. Learn More >
Why might an employer decide to switch from a SEP to 401(k)? This article describes the enhanced plan features available in a 401(k) plan. Learn More >
This article explains the many reasons an employer may want to sponsor a 401(k) plan instead of a Simple IRA. Learn More >
Make sure you understand how to administer a Roth 401(k) account before adding it to your plan. Learn More >
Discretionary profit sharing contributions can come in many “flavors”. Learn More >
It may be deemed that there has been a partial plan termination if more than 20% of the plan’s participants are terminated. Learn More >
What considerations should be made when deciding between pre-tax or Roth after-tax 401(k) contributions? Learn More >
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The SECURE Act was approved by the House on May 23rd. It will now move to the Senate and compared or possibly reconciled with RESA. We compare the main provisions of each act in this chart.