The IRS addresses three common errors associated with Hardship Distributions. Learn More >
An overview of Hardship Distributions by the IRS. Learn More >
Strategies to consider to avoid lost participants in your plan. Learn More >
There are advantages to employers and employees of paying the prevailing wage fringe benefit into a retirement plan, rather than paying it in cash to the employee. Learn More >
Results from a recent survey of nearly 400 plan sponsors provide insight into how plans are being administered and what features employers are using to encourage participation. Learn More >
Nonqualified Deferred Compensation plans benefit specific key employees with more flexible design options than qualified plans. There are advantages and disadvantages to these arrangements. Learn More >
Qualified default investments can help relieve plan fiduciaries of liability for investing plan assets of employees who don’t make an election. Learn More >
A new Act recently signed into law modifies the tax filing deadline for certain business tax returns and the Form 5500. Learn More >
Employers whose plans are insufficiently bonded may receive a citation from the DOL. Learn More >
Asking the right questions can make all the difference in plan administration. Learn More >
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Many retirement plans are written using Internal Revenue Service (IRS) preapproved documents, known as master and prototype or volume submitter plans.
A note to plan sponsor in regards to the CARES Act