Who Can Attend? - Any employee benefit plan sponsors, officials, parties in interest or service providers who are interested in how to correct fiduciary violations under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).
Learn How to apply and Get Approved - You'll receive instructions on how to make corrections and use the Voluntary Fiduciary Correction Program (VFCP).
Eligible ERISA Transactions:
- Delinquent Participant Contributions to Retirement Plans, or Insured Welfare Plans, or Welfare Plan Trusts.
- Fair Market Interest Rate Loans from Employee Benefit Plans to Parties in Interest (PIIs).
- Below Market Interest Rate Loans to Parties in Interest, or Nonparties in Interest.
- Below Market Interest Rate Loans to Non PIIs due to delays in perfecting loan collateral security.
- Participant Loans that fail to comply with plan provisions for amount, duration or level amortization.
- Default Participant Loans.
- Purchase of Assets by Plans from Parties In Interest.
- Sale of Assets by Plans to Parties in Interest.
- Sale and Leaseback of Real Property to Sponsoring Employers.
- Purchase of Assets from Non PIIs at more than Fair Market Value (FMV).
- Sale of Assets to Non PIIs at less than FMV.
- Holding of Illiquid Assets Previously Purchased by Plan
- Benefit Payments based on improper Valuation of Plan assets.
- Payment from a Plan of duplicate, excessive, or unnecessary compensation.
- Expenses Improperly Paid by a Plan, including Settlor fees.
- Payment from a Plan of dual compensation to Plan fiduciaries.
Bonus - Learn if you are eligible for relief of IRS Excise Taxes and how you might pay your plan the amount you would otherwise owe in Excise Tax.
Pre-registration for the webinar is required by May 16, 2019 to receive your electronic invitation and URL link prior to the webinar.
Registration is limited to the first 100 registrants.
During this interactive webinar you will have an opportunity to ask questions about these programs, as well as obtain one-on-one assistance from an EBSA representative.
Cost: The webinar and all materials provided are free!
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