Safe Harbor 401(k) plans are the 401(k) plan of choice for a large percentage of employers. Safe harbor 401(k) plans avoid burdensome nondiscrimination testing and costly corrections. Learning to take advantage of various matching design options also allows an employer to avoid the complexities of top heavy, enhance disparity, and increase savings flexibility. But many practitioners aren’t clear on the complex and changing rules that pertain to safe harbor plans. What is the actual deadline for distributing a safe harbor notice to participants? What is the consequence of a notice failure? Is there a safe harbor option for auto-enrollment plans? This web seminar offers an in-depth discussion of safe harbor 401(k) plans, including the impact of the regulations affecting mid-year amendments.
- ADP safe harbor requirements
- ACP safe harbor requirements
- Notice requirements
- Plan documentation
- Top heavy exemption
- Termination and exit requirements
- QACA requirements
- Early eligibility issues
- Designing a safe harbor 401(k) plan
Speaker: David Schultz, J.D.
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