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 >
A list of questions to ask a plan sponsor to open the door for a discussion about retirement plan services. Learn More >
The amount of fiduciary liability of a plan trustee depends upon how much discretion the trustee has over the management of the plan’s assets. Learn More >
What happens if the Plan does not distribute corrective distributions for failed ADP or ACP tests by the 2 ½ month deadline? Learn More >
The IRS reviews Forms 5500 where plan sponsors have reported losses due to fraud or dishonesty. Learn More >
A $500 tax credit is available for each of the first 3 years of a new plan that is established by a small business. Learn More >
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The saver's credit is an income tax credit of up to 50% of 401(k) employee contributions that is available for certain taxpayers with income that does not exceed $65,000.
Section 113 of the SECURE Act amends the tax laws to allow employees to take a penalty-free withdrawal for qualified birth or adoption expenses.