The U.S. Department of Labor (DoL) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released a new publication to help small employers understand automatic enrollment for 401(k) plans.
IRS hikes DC, catch-up limits
Making your practice about more than 401(k)s
The IRS offers ways for deferred compensation plans to correct mistakes voluntarily
Summer is the perfect time to get caught up
A view of a recent product development
Suspension or reduction of nonelective contributions under safe harbor 401(k) plans
The view from the 403(b) summit
The rules surrounding plan partial terminations after workforce reduction
Getting down to business with the new 403(b) regulations
Washington has a full plate of retirement plan issues
New products, highlights, announcements
Although new rules may make 403(b)s more similar to 401(k)s, they are very much their own plans
What you should know about collective trust funds
Every retirement plan adviser knows that the year is full of various compliance deadlines imposed on these programs by the Department of Labor (DoL), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and other government agencies under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
Almost one year to the day after Internal Revenue Service (IRS) officials first proposed a series of procedures for correcting income inclusion issues with additional taxes under Section 409A, the IRS released the final version of the correction programs.
IRS offers relief for 403(b) written plan document requirement
IRS publishes additional 409A reporting, withholding instructions