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IRC Section125 flexible spending accounts for retirees


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Guest bryanb

I was trying to find some leads on at least where to look for information pertaining to Section 125 plans for retirees. Especially if there is a focus as to state government sponsored 125 plans (medical and

dependent care only).

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Have you checked out the recent IRS Coordinated Issue Paper on this topic?

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Employee benefits legal resource site

Employee benefits legal resource site

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Guest Ralph Amadio

Governments have utilized 401(h)for years through various PERS arrangements. The only other acceptable vehicle that I know of, which can actually be quite flexible if designed properly is a VEBA. Have had substantial success in designing VEBA's that allow collectively bargained benefits and other special benefits in Governmental plans. If you need specific information, please e mail me.

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