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  1. The MEWA definition in ERISA 3(40) (29 USC 1002(40)) provides that a MEWA is an employee welfare benefit plan established/maintained for the purpose of offering/providing any welfare plan benefit to the employees of two or more employers (including one or more self-employed individuals)... My question is how to define "self-employed individuals" for MEWA purposes. 401© defines the term, but I'm unsure whether that can properly be incorporated into the MEWA definition. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
  2. Thank you so much, Carol. This is very helpful.
  3. I understand that filing Form 5500 begins the running of the statute of limitations for an ERISA Plan IRS audit. A governmental DB plan, however, is not subject to the Form 5500 filing requirement. Any leads on what starts the running of the SOL for a governmental DB plan?