MD-Benefits Guy Posted April 5, 2012 Report Share Posted April 5, 2012 I am trying to get a better understanding of the testing requirements related to Health & Welfare plans and have heard different things from different sources: 1. Exactly what tests must be run? 2. I've heard that in some instances that you dont need to identify the highly comped? Doesnt sound right? 3. In determining the highly comped, what income is suppposed to be used? 4. When is testing done....I have someone telling me that it is typical to do testing near the beginning and then again at year end? 5. What are some good vendors for testing and how much do they charge 6. Do people test company paid life insurance/add polcies.....is it required if all employees get the same coverage (1.5 times base)? Thanks. Also, if someone can point me to some good articles to help educate me, it would be appreciated Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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