2019 IRS Operational Compliance ListAttention qualified retirement plan sponsors: The IRS has posted the 2019 IRS Operational Compliance List. The intent is to assist plan sponsors in being aware of compliance changes effective in the upcoming year with regard to...
April 1 is quickly approaching, so now is the time to verify if you or any of your employees must receive an initial RMD on April 1, 2019.
Reducing pension plan risk has become a prudent consideration, especially for those plans that have frozen benefits. De-risk your pension plan today!
Defined Benefit Plans’ Actuarial Equivalence Under Attack: Reasonable Becomes Unreasonable (Opinion)
Recent class action lawsuits targeting the reasonability of actuarial equivalence factors used in defined benefit plans have been making news, what does this mean for you?
Corrective distributions must be processed by March 15 for a failed ADP/ACP test for a calendar plan year. Take these steps to prepare.
A beneficiary form determines who is entitled to the defined contribution retirement plan benefits upon the death of a participant. Is your form current?
A qualified retirement plan must meet various requirements throughout the year, check out our defined contribution compliance calendar today!
A qualified retirement plan must meet various requirements throughout the year, check out our defined benefit compliance calendar today!
Read more about the impact the 2019 government shut down had on the lump sum interest rates.
Many of these changes will become effective the first day of the plan year that begins in 2019.
If your plan had distributions from your retirement plan this year, you must report to the participants on a Form 1099-R.
If you or your employees must take a required minimum distribution (RMD) by December 31, there are a few rules to consider.