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SECURE 2.0 is a GO! Is it already time to complete another year-end data request? Stay tuned! Secure 2.0 Act of 2022 includes some...
Save even more for retirement in 2023 due to record breaking increases in limits. On October 21, 2022, the IRS announced the Cost of Living Adjustments (COLAs) affecting the dollar limitations for retirement plans for 2023.
Timing of Deposits 401(k)/403(b) Deferrals and Loan Repayments
One of the questions asked by your TPA during the annual census collection may be whether your participant contributions and loan...
New Information on Participant Statements: Lifetime Income Illustrations
If you sponsor a defined contribution retirement plan, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act of...
Participant Distribution Fraud in the “New Normal”
The Coronavirus pandemic, without a doubt, has changed the way we do business. It has also created some unanticipated...
Form 5500 Filing Extension for FEMA Designated Disaster Areas
On August 31st, 2021, the IRS issued guidance extending tax filing deadlines for Form 5500 in areas designated by the Federal...
Save More for Retirement in 2022
On November 4, 2021, the IRS announced the Cost of Living Adjustments affecting the dollar limitations for retirement plans for...
Most plan sponsors can relate to the trials and tribulations of having missing participants in their retirement plan. At times, it may feel like you are on the losing end of an intense game of hide-and-seek. Your opponents, the missing participants, may not have intended to pick the best hiding spots, but in many cases, they have surely succeeded.
Some would say that retirement plan administration is a team sport! Putting together technical and compliance competence with ongoing investment and fiduciary expertise is key to keeping your plan healthy and participants happy. So, what roles and responsibilities should you look to fill for your firm to have a successful and compliant plan?
When we talk about retirement plans, many employers think of single employer retirement plans. A single employer retirement plan is simply a plan sponsored by one employer (or a related group of employers) for the benefit of its employees.