katieinny Posted April 30, 2010 Report Share Posted April 30, 2010 There are lots of references to "church plans" out there, but am I right in thinking that they must all be set up under some section of the code, such as a 403(b) church plan, 401(a) church plan, etc? So, that if someone starts talking about a church plan, it's important to determine what type of church plan we're discussing because 403(b) regs aren't the same as those under 401(a). Can there be a 457 church plan? I know that churches can be electing or non-electing when it comes to ERISA, and that in many cases they don't even need to have a plan document, but doesn't there have to be some set of rules to go by other than saying they have a church plan? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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