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Am I correct that a governmental Section 457(b) plan, Section 403(b) Plan & Non-ERISA 403(b) plan, qualified govermental and non electing church defined contribution plans are required to sent the EACA notice?

Please provide the regulations/cite where it states that govermental plans are required to send the EACA notice and are not exempt. Thanks!

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How about 414(w)(5)? 1.414(w)-1(b)(3)? However, as to a non-electing church plan I would, in the absence of additional research, say that the EACA regulations don't apply. Since I don't work with non-electing church plans, don't trust my guess on this!

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