AlbanyConsultant Posted September 5, 2017 Report Share Posted September 5, 2017 Being not-for-profits, there's no deduction for the employer contribution, so is there a maximum amount allowed? I get that most NFPs don't have tons of leftover cash to make excessive plan contributions, but let's say that this year is an anomaly. Example: NFP has $800,000 payroll. if this were a regular corp, the deduction limit (and therefore the maximum total contribution) would be 25% x $800K = $200K. Is this the same for a NFP? One of those things that I know I've seen before, but just blanking on it. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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