If a plan is determined to be disqualified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), more than just the employer is affected. Learn More >
The following organizations provide useful statistical information. Learn More >
Unfortunately, there may be a time when you will have to deal with a situation in which an employee becomes disabled. Learn More >
A unique problem arises when the owners of a company are ready to sell more shares to the ESOP, and they want the ESOP to borrow money in order to purchase the shares. Learn More >
You may recall that in 2012, plan sponsors were required by the Department of Labor (DOL) to provide to plan participants a notice that disclosed detailed investment information for the plan. Learn More >
The U.S. Supreme Court recently declared that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, which was signed into law by President Clinton in 1996, is unconstitutional because it denies equal... Learn More >
A new Accounting Standards Update reaffirms the indefinite deferral of disclosures that were scheduled to take effect on Form 5500 filings for 2012. Learn More >
Processes and procedures set in place by an organization that allow it to conduct its business in an efficient manner, safeguard its assets, prevent fraud, and ensure the accuracy of financial data. Learn More >
When we perform an ESOP feasibility study for a client that already has the successor management in place, and has available a certain amount of cash flow to apply toward buying out... Learn More >
Are "Prevailing Wage" and "Davis Bacon" synonymous? A common misconception is "yes". Learn More >
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A discussion of the various provisions in a plan that will allow owners in small businesses maximize their contributions.
The Coronavirus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes a number of provisions intended to help retirement plan participants who have been impacted by the pandemic.
A note to plan sponsor in regards to the CARES Act