In order to keep a retirement plan exempt from ERISA, 403(b) plan sponsors must be careful not to exercise any discretionary authority over the plan. Learn More >
Multiple Employer Plans now have to include an attachment to the Form 5500 to list all participating employers. Learn More >
What to expect when moving the retirement plan assets and records to a new recordkeeper. Learn More >
Make sure the potential new recordkeeper is a good fit for the plan and the employer by asking these questions BEFORE the decision is made to transfer the plan’s administration. Learn More >
Employers who want to benefit older workers that are partially retired may want to consider these plan design changes. Learn More >
Colonial Surety Company can provide a quote for fidelity and fiduciary bonds. Learn More >
Indirect fees calculated on plan assets and paid to service providers as revenue sharing must be monitored and understood by plan fiduciaries. Learn More >
IRS compliance programs provide employers with insight on focus areas for plan audit. Learn More >
Top heavy testing is performed each year to determine if the Key employees own a significant portion of the total plan assets. Learn More >
ADP and ACP testing can be very complex. This article provides a high level overview of the important elements of the testing. Learn More >
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Section 203, 204 and 109 of the Act addressed participant statement requirements, portability of balances and selecting a provider for Lifetime Income products.
Section 202 of the Act revised Form 5500 rules to allow related employers to file a consolidated Form 5500.
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