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Can a county government not allow a disibility as a distributable even


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Guest Robert Duffy

Can a county government not allow a disibility as a distributable event? In drafting their 401(a) plan they have removed disability from their plan document It has been marked N/A in the definition section of their adoption agreement.

A cover letter sent with the draft asked them to define disability in the distribution section of their document. They did not respond and even deleted disability from the definition section of the adoption agreement.

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Unless this is forbidden under applicable state or local law, it is perfectly permissible. Disability may be a distributable event, if the plan so provides, but is not required to be.

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