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oh this topic always stumps me...5500 for wrap benefits plan has always been filed as a single employer plan, but employer is a hr leasing company with many companies under the plan. looked up one of their competitors and they file as multi, but seems to me the definition of multiple is more apropros. now i dunno if this should be single, multi or multiple? i know theres info i need to make the determination, just not full on clear what it is.

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oh this topic always stumps me...5500 for wrap benefits plan has always been filed as a single employer plan, but employer is a hr leasing company with many companies under the plan. looked up one of their competitors and they file as multi, but seems to me the definition of multiple is more apropros. now i dunno if this should be single, multi or multiple? i know theres info i need to make the determination, just not full on clear what it is.

It's almost certainly not a multi-employer plan unless the employer is unionized. Multi-employer plans provide benefits for employees of multiple employers who each contribute to the benefit fund pursuant to collective bargaining agreements with a Union.

I agree though-- very confusing terminology.

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